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THE LIBRARY 

OF 

THE UNIVERSITY 

OF CALIFORNIA 

LOS ANGELES 



One Hundred and Fifty copies only 
of the Twelfth Volume of ''Notes" to 
the " Visitation of England and Wales" 
have been printed at my Private Press. 
This copy is No. 41 



'p.^. 



" Grove Park Press," 

270 Walworth Road, S.E. 




^3*<?>0. 



Visitation 



ot 



Cnglanti anti WalejS 



EDITED BY 



FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP 



NOTES 

VOL. 12 



PRIVATELY PRINTED 
1917 



} 

CONTENTS. 



Marshall Family 



Bendall Family 



DEEDS. 



ENTRIES IN BIBLE. 



GRANTS OF ARMS. 

Grant of Arms to Sir George Hayter, 1843 . 

Grant of Arms to Humphrey Lowe of Bromsgrove, 1657 

Grant of Augmentation of Arms to Sir John Moore, 1683 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 



26 



172 

116 

88 



Book-plate of " George 




Strode, Esq., 


Newnham Park 


> 




CO. Devon " 


, 


, 


to face page 130 


Etching of Charles Hayter 






. ,, 


166 






PEDIGREES. 








PAGE 




PAGE 


Amhurst 




14 


Knight . 


163 


Askwith 








29 


Ladds 


174 


Bazely 








98 


Lambert 


151 


Bendall 








I 


Leigh of Bardon 


96 


Bicknell 








165 


Lowe of Bromsgrove 


117 


Boothby 








"39 


Lowe of Lichfield 


I'S 


BranfiU 








178 


Marshall 


22 


Burroughes 








48 


Mason 




31 


Byron 






63 


Moore 




S3 


Cubitt of Catfield and Honing 


: 159 


Newman 




137 


Cunliffe . 




89 


Player 




43 


Darell of Richmond Hill 


CO 




Porter . 




131 


Surrey, Baronet 




81 


Primrose 




106 


Darell of Scotney 






74 


Rudge 




35 


De Grey of Merton 






53 


Rushout 




182 


Fellowes 






72 


Strode 




121 


Goddard 








45 


Walker . 




6 


Grelher . 








52 


Wilberforce 




102 


Hayter . 








168 


Woodthorpe 




9 


Hovenden 




41 






\VOODCUT.= 


) OF A 


RMS AND SEALS. 




Bicknell . 




165 


Marshall 


24, 28 


Burroughes 








48 


Marshall quartering Hacker anc 


1 


Cunliffe . 








89 


Taylor ; impaling Churchil 


1 


Darell . 








74, 81 


and Burton 


25 


Hayter . 








168, 172 


Player . 


43 


Lambert . 








'5' 


Walker . ... 


6 


Lowe 








115, 117 









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NOTES 



Pedigree of Bendall. 



Charles Bendall of the Quarry, in=i=Catherine Turner, married at 



Bendall. 

[Vol. 15, p. 41] 



Cam, CO. Gloucester ; Church- 
warden of Cam 1665, Overseer 
1669 ; bur. at Cam 15 May 1676. 
Will dated 7 May 1676, proved at 
Gloucester 7 July 1676. 



Cam 29 September 1632 ; 
executrix to her husband 7 July 
1676 ; (?) bur. at Stinchcombe, 
CO. Gloucester, 24 September 
1689. 



Charles Bendall,=j=Elizabeth Trotman, John Bendall of Stinchcombe ; bapt.=j=Mary Hickes of 



died before 15 marr. at Cam 6 at Cam 21 July 1637; mentioned 
May 1676. November 1666. in his father's will 7 May 1676; bur. 

at Stinchcombe 7 August 1685. 
I Administration was granted at 

Elizabeth. Gloucester 10 August 1685. 



Cam ; marr. at 
Cam 27 April 
1665; bur. at 
Stinchcombe 8 
February i68|. 



Charles Bendall, 
bapt. at Cam 10 
February i66|; 
died in infancy. 



Joseph Bendall, bapt. 
at Cam 3 August 
1667 ; died in infancy. 



Anne Bendall, bapt. 
at Stinchcombe 7 
June 1669 ; died in 
infancy. 



Joseph Bendall of= 
Stinchcombe; bapt. at 
Stinchcombe 3 Feb- 
ruary 167^ ; Church- 
warden 1709; bur. 
at Stinchcombe 27 
February 173!. Will 
dated 23 December 
1732, proved at 
Gloucester 22 May 
1733- 



=Mary Parslow, dau. of 
Stephen Parslow of Stinch- 
combe, yeoman, by Sarah 
his wife ; marr. at Stinch- 
combe 16 February 169^; 
executrix to her husband 
22 May 1733; bur. at 
Stinchcombe 22 October 
1749. 



John Bendall, bapt. at 
Stinchcombe 9 June 
1697 ; mentioned in 
his father's will 23 
December 1732 ; 

(?) of Simbridge ; 
died, 10 December 
1764, bur. at Berke- 
ley, CO. Gloucester. 
M.I. 



John Ricketts^Sarah, bapt. at Stinchcombe 



of Stinchcombe. 



19 February 169^^; marr. 
there 21 December 1725 ; 
mentioned in her father's 
will 23 December 1732. 
Will dated 26 April 1763, 
proved at Gloucester 29 
May 1764 (1763-4, 249). 



Mary, bapt. at Stinch- 
combe 26 November 
1700 ; mentioned in 
her father's will 23 
December 1732 ; 
(?) marr. at Stinch- 
combe 2 April 1727, 
Robert Long. 



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Joseph Bendall of Cam, co.=(?) Anna Harding, 
Gloucester ; bapt. at Cam i o marr. at Cam 1 1 
November 1634; mentioned February i68|. 
in his father's will 7 May 
1676 ; administrator to his 
brother John 10 August 1685. 



William Trotman=Sarah, bapt. at Cam 22 

of Stinchcombe, March i6f J ; mentioned 

CO. Gloucester. in her father's will 7 May 

1676; marr. at Cam 26 

October 1667. 



I 
Nathaniel Pope of Cam, weaver; died before=j=Anna, bapt. at Cam 30 September 1649; 
29 April 1685. Will dated 23 March i68t, marr. there 30 December 1675; executrix to 
proved at Gloucester 30 May 1685 (1684, 240). her husband 30 May 1685. 



Charles Bendall, 
bapt. at Stinch- 
combe 5 March 
167^; living ID 
August 1685. 



John Bendall, 
bapt. at Stinch- 
combe 8 July 
1677 ; bur. there 
20 October 1678. 



Elizabeth, bapt. 
at Stinchcombe 
21 October 1679; 
living 10 August 
1685. 



John Bendall, 
bapt. at Stinch- 
combe 24 Sep- 
tember 1682 ; 
bur. there 15 
June following. 



Arthur Bendall, 
bur. at Stinch- 
combe 8 Feb- 
ruary 1 684. 



Elizabeth, bapt. Joseph Bendall,=j=Martha Spicer, 



at Stinchcombe bapt. at Stinch- 

29 December combe 28 De- 

i702;mentioned cember 1704; 

in her father's mentioned in his 

will 23 Decern- father's will 23 

ber 1732. December 1732. 



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marr. at Durs- 
ley, CO. Glou- 
cester, 13 May 
1736- 



Charles Bendall, bapt.=i=Mary Ricketts, 
at Stinchcombe 31 I marr. at Stinch- 
January 170^; men- combe 6 July 
tioned in his father's 1729; bur. there 
will 23 December 3 June 1745. 
1732 ; bur. there 2 
November 1749. 



Stephen Bendall of Stinchcombe ;= 
bapt. at Stinchcombe 9 December 
1708 ; mentioned in his father's 
will 23 December 1732; bur. there 
8 July 1736. 



=Sarah Niblet, marr. at Newington 
Bagpath, co. Gloucester, 30 April i 734 ; 
(?) married 2ndly at Stinchcombe 
2 April 1746, Joseph Mallett. 



Sarah, bapt. at .Stinchcombe 
17 July 1734. 



Mary, bapt. at Stinchcombe 
6 June 1736. 



Thomas Bendall, 
bapt. at Stinch- 
combe 8 March 
i7ii ; bur. there 
igDecember 1 732. 



Hannah, bapt. at Stinch- 
combe, co. Gloucester, 
i6 June 1714; living 2 
April 1763 ; named 
executrix to her father 
23 December 1732 ; 
married . . . Workman. 



William Bendall of Stinchcombe; bapt. at= 
Stinchconibe 3 November 1717; named 
executor to his father 23 December 1732; 
executor to his sister Sarah 29 May 1764; 
died, aged 47, 31 August, bur. at Stinchcombe 
3 September 1765. M.I. Will dated 20 
October 1759 and 24 August 1765, proved 
at Gloucester 16 June 1767. 



=Keziah Trotman, sister 
of William Trotman ; 
marr. at Stinchcombe 
27 March 1744; died, 
aged 84, 14 May, bur. 
at Stinchcombe 19 May 
1801. M.I. 



William Bendall, 
bapt. at Stinch- 
combe 15 Feb- 
ruary 1744 ; bur. 
there 13 Sep- 
tember following. 



William Bendall of= 
Dursley, co. Glouces- 
ter ; mentioned in his 
father's will 20 Octo- 
ber 1759; died, aged 
76, at Dursley 24 Oc- 
tober, bur. at Stinch- 
combe 30 October 
1821. M.I. Will 
dated 20 August 182 1, 
proved 6 April 1822. 



=Sarah Richards, 
marr. at Dursley 
5 February 1 7 7 1 ; 
died, aged 76, at 
Dursley 6 No- 
vember, bur. at 
Stinchcombe 12 
November 1830. 
M.I. 



James Upton= 
of Alveston,co. 
Gloucester. 



=Susannah, bapt. 
at Stinchcombe 
I June 1750; 
mentioned in 
her father's will 
20 Octob'' 1759; 
marr. at Stinch- 
combe 25 Octo- 
ber 1 78 1. 



Hannah, bapt. 
at Dursley 15 
August 1786. 



I 
William Bendall of Widcombe, Bath,=j=Elizabeth Smith, 



CO. Somerset; born 3 March 1778, 
bapt. at Dursley 15 August 1786; 
executor to his father 6 April 1822; 
died, aged 59, at 2 Southcot Place, 
Bath, bur. in the Baptist Burial 
Ground, Widcombe, 20 October 1837. 
Will proved at Wells 6 March 1838. 
Portrait in oils in the possession of 
Samuel John Bendall, his grandson. 



bom 4 October 
1781 ; marr. at 
Bath in 1801 ; bur. 
in the Baptist 
Burial Ground, 
Widcombe, 3 No- 
vember 1827. 



Thomas Bendall, 
bapt. at Dursley 
15 August 1786. 



(^For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XV., page 41.) 



John Bendall of Bristol ; bapt.= 
at Dursley 15 August 1786 ; 
died 14 January 1833. Will 
dated 7 January 1833, proved 
at Bristol 25 February 1834. 



Stephen Bendall of Dursley ;= 
bapt. at Dursley 15 August 
1786; died, aged 55, at 
Wotton- under -Edge, co. 
Gloucester, bur. at Stinch- 
combe II November 1842. 



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=Mary Anne Cook, marr. at 
Minchinhampton, co. Glou- 
cester, 14 October 1806; 
died, aged 49, at Dursley, 
9 February' bur. at Stinch- 
combe 15 February 1833. 



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John Bendall of Stinchcombe,=f=Elizabeth Bailey, 

marr. at Coaley, co. 
Gloucester, 1 1 April 
1777; bur.atStinch- 
conibe 16 April 
1788. 



CO. Gloucester ; bapt. at 
Stinchcombe 8 July 1753 ; 
mentioned in his father's will 
20 October 1759; bur. at 
Stinchcombe 2 October 1823. 



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John Pick of^^Keziah, bapt. at Stinch- 
Berkeley, co. combe 12 October 1755; 
Gloucester. marr. there 15 Novem- 

ber 1775; mentioned 
in her father's will 20 
October 1759. 



.Sarah Whituck= 
Ludlow, marr. 
at St. Michael's, 
Bristol, CO. Glou- 
cester, 24 No- 
vember 1808. 
I St wife. 



=George Henry Bendall of Horfield,=Anne Elizabeth Hop-^ 
CO. Gloucester, and afterwards of kins ; marr. at St. 
Wellington Place, Bristol ; bapt. at 
Dursley, co. Gloucester, 15 August 
1786; e.vecutor to his father 6 April 
1822; died, aged 39, at Wellington 
Place, Bristol, 24 November 1825. 



marr. 

Paul's, Bristol, aojuly 
1 8 1 5, marriage licence 
(Bristol) dated igjuly. 
2nd wife. 



=Mary Adams of 
Clifton, CO. Glou- 
cester ; marriage 
licence (Bristol) 
dated 18 July 
1820. 3rd wife. 



John Minifie of Bath,=T=Sarah, bapt. at Dursley 28 August 
CO. Somerset; bur. at 1788; marr. there 24 May 1812. 
Bathampton in 1845. | 2nd wife. 

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Susannah, bapt. at Dursley 15 
June 1790; marr. 21 November 
1844 .. . 



Charles Bendall, 
bapt. at Dursley 
27 September 
1792 ; died in 
infancy. 



I 
Charles Bendall of Bath, and aftervvards=j=Ann Lush, of Parsonage Farm 



of Weston-super-Mare, both co. Somer- 
set ; born 6 May, bapt. at Dur.sley 18 
August 1796; died at Brantry, in 
Westbury-on-Trym, co. Gloucester, 23 
February 1882. 



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Warminster, co. Wilts ; marr. at 
Warminster 21 .August 1837; 
died at Clifton 10 March, bur. 
at Westbury-on-Trym 14 March 
1885. 



Entries from Family Bible. Bendaii. 

(.Vol. IS, p. 41.] 

William Bendall was horn March the 3"^'' 1778. 

Eliza Bendall was born October the 4''' 1781. 

Ann Bendall their dear little daughter was born on Sunday the 25"' of July 1802 
at Dursley, \ past 6 mornS. 

On Monday the 16 of April 1804 about \ past nine in the morning my Dear Wife 
was delivered of a fine little maid while I was at Cirencester Market, at St. 
Phillips Plane, Bristol, to be call'd Harriett. 

Thursday the 27''' March 1806, at 10 minutes past eight in the Evening my Wife 
was delivered of a fine Girl at St. John's Bristol to be call'd Elizabeth. 

The 4''' of January 1808 at 20 minutes past two in the noon my Wife was del"^ of a 
fine girl, to be called Mercy at 19 Westgate Street, Bath. 

William and Sarah Bendall were born on Friday the 7 July 1809 at a quarter 
before 9 o'clock in the evening at 19 Westgate St. 

7 Emma Bendall was born on Sunday the 21 April 181 1 at the Cottage 

Widcombe Mill at 10 minutes before 6 o'clock in the morning. 

8 Robert Smith Bendall was born on the 21"' of October 181 2 at our House in 

Hall St. at J past 6 in the evening. 

9 Mary Bendall was born on Monday the 4''' day of July 1814 at the Old 

Bridge at \ past Seven in the Evening. 

10 Alfred Bendall was born on Friday the 23 day of February 1816 at 5 minutes 

before two o'clock in the afternoon at the Old Bridge, Bath. 

11 Charlotte Augusta Bendall was born on Wednesday the 19 November 181 7 at 

25 minutes after four in the morning the day on which the Princess Charlotte 
was Buried — at the Cottage, Widcombe Mill, Bath. 

12 Benjamin Opie Bendall was born on Sunday the 4''' of July 1819 at \ past 9 

o'clock in the morning at Widcombe Mill Cottage, Bath. 

13 Joseph Richards Bendall was born on Tuesday the 11 day of July 1820 at 20 

minutes after eleven o'clock at night at Widcombe Mill Cottage, Bath. 

14 Frederic Bendall was born on Monday the 4''' of Nov' 1S22 at \ past 5 

o'clock in the evening at Widcombe Mill Cottage, Bath. 

15 John Smith Bendall was born on Tuesday the 15 day of Febv 1825 at 

Widcombe Mill Cottage, Bath, at 2 o'clock in the day and Sarah died in 24 
Hours after. 

Memorandum made the 6"' day of November 1840 to certify that we 
the undersigned have compared the enclosed ivith the original and 
know it to be a true atid correct Copy thereof. 

The regristration was made in the family Bible in our Father's own 
handwriting. 

From a Flood which overwhelmed Widcombe Mill Cottage, Bath, the 
S"' of fitly 1828 tlie Bible itself was so tnuch dilapidated as to 
induce its being sold and the original of the enclosed was extracted 
from the end, which 7vas tvritten half on the back of the last 
chapter of Revelations and half on the fly-leaf of tin Bible. T/ie 
document is no-w in the possession of Mrs. Harriett Sheppard (the 
2'"' daughter) of N" S Dorchester St. Bath. 

Harriett Sheppard, Mercv Hibh.^rd, 

Elizabeth Hibbard, Alfred Bendall. 



Walker. 

[Vol. 15, p. 52. 




Pedig7'ce of Walker. 



=Joseph Walker of Stubbing=i=Anne Hargreaves, 



House, in Ecclesfield, co. 
York, nail-maker ; son of 
William Walker of Eccles- 
field, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Joseph Wood of 
Ecclesfield. Will dated 21 
October 1729, proved at 
York 20 January lyff. 



Joseph Walker of=pAnne Darwent, 
dau. of W'illiam 
Darwent of 

Thornhill, co. 
Derby. 



Ecclesfield ; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 21 October 
1729 



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dau. of Jonathan 
Hargreaves ; exe- 
cutrix to her hus- 
band 20 January 
i7ff. Will dated 
9 May 1 7 40, proved 
atYork2 July 1741 
(Vol. 87, fo. 435.) 



Benjamin Walker, 
mentioned in his 
father's will 2 1 
October 1729. 



David Crawshaw of Barnsley, co.=]Mary, living 23 January 
York; married before 21 October 1778; married 2ndly 
1729. ist husband. . . . Mitchell, who died 

before 23 January 1778. 



John Boardman,=Hannah, living=George Yates, 
marr. before 9 23 February living 23 Feb- 
May 1740. 1782. ruary 1782. 



John Yates, 
living 23 Feb- 
ruary 1782. 




Joseph Wood of Bradfield, co. 
York ; (?) bapt. at Bradfield 6 
June 1713; living 23 February 
1782. _^ 



=Susannah, living 23 Feb- 
ruary 1782; died before 
22 February 1805. 



John Rhodes,=j=Sarah, died before 



living 23 Jan- 
uary 1778. 



20 December 1776. 



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Sarah Ainley, dau. of Richard=pJonathan Walker of Ferham Hall, Masbrough,= 
Ainley ; died, aged 62, 6 1 in Rotherhani, co. York; born in 1710; J. P. 



January 1776, buried in 
Rotherham Church. She 
married istly Joseph Piatt 
of Stubbing House. 



CO. York ; executor to his mother 2 July 
1 741. Will dated 23 January 1778, ])roved at 
York 17 August 1778 (Vol. 122, fo. 270). 



=Elizabeth, living 
23 January 1778. 



John Drake, executor to his father-in-law i7=i=Anne, marr. at Rotherham i September 1772; 



August 1778; living 22 February 1805. 



living 22 Februarv 180^. 



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Samuel Walker of Masbrough= 
Hall, in Rotherham, co. York, 
iron-master ; born at Holly 
House, HillTop, Ecclesfield, 
CO. York, in 1715; J. P. co. 
York; executor to his brother 
5 August 1777; died, aged 
66, 12 May 1782, bur. in the 
Chapel at Masbrough. M.I. 
Will dated 23 February 1782, 
proved at York 9 July 1782 
(Vol. 126, fo. 302). Portrait 
by John Zoffany, R.A., at 
Blyth Lodge, Eastbourne, co. 
Sussex, in the possession of 
Arthur Edivard II alker. 



=Mary Sykes, dau. 
of Thomas Sykes 
of Ecclesfield ; 
married in 1741 ; 
died in 1793. 
Portrait by Johti 
Zoffany, R.A., at 
Blyth Lodge in 
the possession of 
Arthur Edward 
J Father. 



Aaron Walker of Masbrough, =T=Rhoda Wood, 



ironfounder ; born in 17 18. 
Will dated 20 December 
1776, proved at York 5 
August 1777 (Vol. 121, fo. 
293)- 



dau. of Bartho- 
lomew Wood ; 
living 20 De- 
cember 1776. 



John Walker, 
not 21, 20 De- 
cember 1776; 
died s.p. in 
Russia. 



John Pearson='Hannah, 
of Leeds, co. living 20 
York. December 

1776. 



Jonathan Walker of Ferham Hall, in= 
Masbrough, esquire ; J. P. co. York ; 
died, aged 50, 5 May 1807, bur. at 
Ecclesfield. M.I. Will dated 22 Feb- 
ruary 1805, proved at York 5 June 1807 
(Vol. 151, fo. 364). He marrried 2ndly 
Mary, dau. of Samuel Hallowes Hamer 
of Rotherham. 



:Mary, married at 
Rotherham 15 
June 1780 ; died 
15 July 1803, bur. 
at Ecclesfield. 
M.I. 



William Parker=j=Sarah, married 



of Sheffield, co. 
York, cutler. 



at Rotherham 
16 August 1768; 
living 22 Feb- 
ruary 1805. 



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Jonathan Walker of Ferham Hall,=Anna Barr, dau. Mary Anne, 
esquire; executor to his father 5 June of Martin Barr of living 22 Feb- 
1807; died at Hawkhills, Easing- Worcester; marr. ruary 1805. 
wold, CO. York, 17 January 1842. in 1804; died in 

1S48. 



John Whitacre of= 
Woodhouse, near 
Huddersfield, co. 
York. 



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=Anne, marr. at 
Rotherham 16 
November 1786; 
died 1 2 July 1829. 



Samuel Walker of Masbrough= 
Hall, merchant; J. P. co. York; 
executor to his father 9 July 
1782; died I August 1792. 
Will dated 14 July 1792, 
proved at York 9 August 1792 
(Vol. 136, fo. 510). 



=Sarah Nutt, dau. of John 
Nutt of Sheffield ; marr. 
at Rotherham 9 June 
1774. She marr. istly 
Thomas Booth of St. 
Anne's Well, near Barns- 
ley, CO. York. 



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Joshua Walker of Clifton Park, Rotherham.nrSusannah Need, dau. of Samuel Need of Arnold, 



CO. York, and of Blyth Hall, co. Nottingham, 
esquire ; Lieut.-Colonel Rotherham Rifle 
Brigade ; executor to his brother i July 1801 ; 
died, aged 65, 3 April 181 5, bur. at Masbrough, 
CO. York. Portrait by John Russell at Blyth 
Lodge, Eastbourne, co. Sussex, in the possession 
of his great-grandson, Arthur Edward Walker. 



^^^ ^^^r^J€*^r«. 



CO. Nottingham, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of 
John Gibson of Hackney, co. Middlesex; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Nottingham, 13 August 
1781; died, aged 71, 27 May 1831, bur. at 
Masbrough. Portrait by John Russell at 
Blyth Lodge, Eastbourne, in the possession of 
Iter great-grandson, Arthur Edward Walker. 



fuid'hTi^ ^afA-e-. 



Joshua Walker of^ 
Clifton Park and of 
Hendon Hall, co. 
Middlese.v, esquire ; 
born in 1786; M.P. 
for Aldeburgh 1 7 
June 1 81 8 to May 
1829. 



=Anna Maria Holford, 
dau. and co-heir of 
Allen Holford of 
Davenham, co. Ches- 
ter, by Margaret his 
wife, dau. of William 
Wrench of Chester ; 
marr. in 1805. 



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Jedidiah Strutt of Belper, co.= 
Derby, esquire ; born 7 Sep- 
tember 1785; J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Derby, High Sheriff 
1849 ; died i November 
1854. He married istly Jane 
Roberts, dau. of Myles Sandys 
of Graythwaite Hall, co. 
Lancaster. /\ 



=Susannah, marr. 
at Rotherham 
12 April 1810 ; 
died 16 January 
1846. 



Henry \V'alker of Clifton Park and of Blyth= 
Hall, esquire ; born at Clifton Park 3 February 
1785 ; Lieut.-Colonel West Riding Militia; J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Nottingham, High Sheriff 
1818; died at Clifton Park 19 January, bur. at 
Masbrough 23 January i860. Will dated 8 May 
1858 and 20 August 1859, proved 5 May i860 
(Prin. Reg., 353, 60). Portrait at Blyth 
Lodge, in the possession of his grandso?i, 
Arthur Edtvard Walker. 



/^^^Myiyy^^ 



"^i^^-t^ — 



■Elizabeth Abney, dau. of Edward Abney of 
Measham Hall, co. Derby, by Hepzibah his 
2nd wife, dau. of Samuel Need of Arnold, co. 
Nottingham ; marr. at Melbourne, co. Derby, 
8 September 1806; died at Clifton Park 9 
February, bur. at Masbrough 13 February 1850. 
Portrait at Blyth Lodge, in the possession of 
her grandson, Arthur Edward Walker. 

{See Vol. X., page iig.) 



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^ 



/|/^^^^^^ 



{For issue see "Visitation of En<;land and IVales," 
Vol. XV., page S2.) 



Joseph Walker of Eastwood House,= 
Rotherham, and of Aston Hall, 
CO. Nottingham, esquire; J. P. for 
CO. Derby, High Sheriff 1799; exe- 
cutor to his brother 9 .August i 792 ; 
died 7 June i8ot. Will dated 30 
November 1800 to 26 March 
1801, proved i July 1801 (P.C.C. 
501 Abercrombie). 



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■Elizabeth Need, 
dau. of Samuel 
Need of Arnold, 
by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of 
John Gibson of 
Hackney ; marr. 
10 October 1 785 ; 
died27Mayi823. 



Thomas Walker of= 
BerryhiU Hall, near 
Mansfield, co. Not- 
tingham ; executor to 
his brother i July 
1801 ; J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Nottingham, 
High Sheriff 1809; 
died at Hath, co. 
Somerset, 1 5 .\pril 
1828. 



=Mary Need, dau. 
of Samuel Need 
of Arnold, by 
Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of 
John Gibson of 
Hackney. 



Pedigree of pyoodthorpe. 



Rev. John Woodthorpe, Rector of Lamarsh, co. Essex ; Rector of= 
Lamarsh 13 September 1554, Vicar of (ireat Maplestead, co. Essex, 
23 October 1571, Rector of Alpheton, co. Suffolk, 23 January 157 J, 
and of Bures Mount, co. Essex, 13 January 158°. Will dated 
I December 1598, proved 15 November 1599 (I'.C.C. 81 Kidd). 



Woodthorpe. 

[Vol. 15, p. 57.) 



John Woodthorpe of Lamarsh, yeoman ;=j=Margaret Godfrey ; 



executor to his father 15 November 1599. 
Will dated 17 November 1623, proved 
26 November 1623 (P.C.C. 122 Swann). 



marr. licence (Bury) 
dated i October 
1593- 



Thomas Woodthorpe,- 
living I December 
1598. 



John Cole= 
of Sudbury, 
CO. Suffolk. 



"Margaret, men- Elizabeth, men- 
tioned in her tioned in her 
grandfather's will grandfather's will 
I December: 598; i DecemberiS98; 
marr. before 17 living 17 Novem- 
November 1623. ber 1623. 



A 



John Woodthorpe of=^Frances, execu- 
Lamarsh, yeoman ; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 17 November 1623. 
Will dated 9 September 
1667, proved 12 March 
i66| (P.C.C. 37 Hene). 



trix to her hus- 
band 12 March 
166^. 



John Woodthorpe of^Lydia, 
Lamarsh ; mentioned tratrix 
in her father's will 
9 September 1667. 
Administration granted 
15 June 1670 (P.C.C.) 



adminis- 
to her 

husband 15 June 

1670. 



Edward Woodthorpe, 
mentioned in his 
father's will 9 Sep- 
tember 1667; living 
19 October 1683. 



Margaret, living 20 June 
1672; marr. before 9 Sep- 
tember 1667 . . . Adkins. 



Parnell, marr. before 9 Sep- 
tember 1667 . . . Gourroud. 



Jonathan Woodthorpe of Lexden, co. Essex, tanner ; youngest= 
son 9 September 1667 ; died, aged 49, 7 December 1683, bur. 
at Lexden. M.L Will dated 19 October 1683, proved 4 June 
1684 (Commissary of London, Essex and Hert.s, 30 Ricketts). 



=Jane, executrix to her husband 
4 June 1684; died before 
21 October 1693. 



John Ansell of=Jane, mentioned in her father's Mary, living 

St. Martin's-in-the- will 19 October 1683; marriage 19 October 

Fields, London, licence (Vicar-General) dated 21 1683. 
ironmonger. October 1693, then aged 20. 



Elizabeth, living 
19 October 1683. 



Gilbert Smith of Long Acre, London,=f=. . . marr. before 9 
colourman ; living 21 October 1693. j September 1667. 



Elizabeth, married before 9 
September 1667 . . . Lorkin. 



William Woodthorpe of Boxted, co.= 
Essex ; mentioned in his father's will 
I December 1598. Will dated 4 April 
1628, proved 30 April 1628 (Arch- 
deaconry of Colchester). 



^Bridget, executrix 
to her husband 
30 April 1628; 
living in 1636. 



Mary, married 
before i Decem- 
ber 1598, Peter 
Barnard. 



Maryan, married 
before i Decem- 
ber 1598, Robert 
Beale. 



Margery, living 
4 April 1628. 



Edward Woodthorpe of Boreley, co. Essex, gent ;=f=Rebecca, executrix 
executor to his father 26 November 1623. \Vill to her husband 



dated 7 March 165!, proved 8 April 1654 (P.C.C. 
68 Akhin). 



April 1654. 



Alice, living 
17 November 
1623. 



Margaret Parsons, dau. of=^Edward Woodthorpe of Hadleigh,=Elizabeth Meadows, marriage 



Richard Parsons of Had- 
leigh, CO. Suffolk, by Mar- 
garet his wife, dau. of Robert 
Moyse of Holbrook, co. 
Suffolk, ist wife. 



gent; Mayor of Hadleigh 1676; 
died, aged 75, 31 October 1705, 
bur. at Hadleigh. M.I. Will 
dated 6 March i7oi, proved 2 
January 170! (P.C.C. 26 Eedes). 



licence (Ipswich) dated 13 
March i5|^|^; died, aged 75, 
27 January 170I, buried at 
Hadleigh. M.I. 2nd wife. 



Edward Woodthorpe, living Richard Woodthorpe, executor to John Woodthorpe, living 
8 May 1678. his uncle John 9 September 1678. 8 May 167S. 



I 
Philip Buckenham of Hadleigh, draper ; Alderman of=f=Margaret, marr. at Hadleigh in 
Hadleigh 26 July 1680: bur. at Hadleigh 9 September i68|; died, aged 38, 3 April, bur. 
1710. Will dated 12 July 1710 and 5 August 1710, at Hadleigh 6 April 1701. M.I. 
proved 23 September 1710 (P.C.C. 198 Smith). He 2nd wife, 
married istly Susannah. /|\ 



Robert Woodthorpe, 
executor to his father 
22 February 173" ; 
living 9 March 1761. 



Isaac Woodthorpe, men- 
tioned in wills of his father 
21 March 175^, and of his 
uncle Edward i February 
1745; living 9 March 1761 ; 
(?) married Priscilla Wallis, 
marriage licence dated 1745. 



Susanna, mentioned 
in wills of her father 
21 March i7|Ji, and 
of her uncle Edward 
I February 1743. 



I 
Elizabeth, mentioned 
in wills of her father 
2 1 March i7|g, and 
of her uncle Edward 
I February 1 74^^. 



John Woodthorpe of Boreley,= 
CO. Essex, gent ; executor to his 
father 8 April 1654. Will dated 
8 May 1678, proved 9 September 
1678 (Deanery of Becking). 



=Margery, living Philip Woodthorpe of=Susanna, ad- 

8 May 1678. Sturmer, co. Essex ; men- ministratrix to 

tioned in his father's will her husband 

7 March 165^. Adminis- 8 October 

tration granted 8 October 1667. 
1667 (Arch: of Middle- 
sex, Essex and Herts). 



Margery, living 8 
May 1678. 



Rachel. =f=Isaac Woodthorpe of Wakes Colne, co. Essex,^Mary, marr. at Polstead, co. Suffolk, 
ist wife. ' "" ' 



yeoman ; mentioned in his father's will 7 
March 165!. Will dated 8 November 17 14, 
proved 9 April 1724 (Arch: of Colchester, 
224 Masteis). 



16 February i7t§; bur. there 5 July 
1721. She married istly Thomas 
Ralph of Polstead. 2nd wife. 



Isaac Woodthorpe of Coptford, co. Essex,= 
yeoman ; bapt. at Assington, co. Suffolk, 
I February 167!. Will dated 21 March 
\l\%, proved 22 February 1732 (Com- 
missary of London, Essex and Herts, 
415 Corey). 



exe- 
her 



=Susanna, 
cutrix to 
husband 22 
February 173". 



Edward Woodthorpe of Wakes 
Colne, yeoman ; executor to his 
father 9 April 1724. Will dated 
I February 1 74§, proved 19 Octo- 
ber 1743 (Arch: of Colchester, 
149 Lucas). 



Mary, mentioned in wills of 
her father 21 March 17!^, 
and of her uncle Edward i 
February 174! ; (?) married 
William Freeman of West 
Bergholt, co. Essex, wheel- 
wright, marriage licence 
(Chelmsford) dated 1744. 



Rebecca, men- 
tioned in wills of 
her father 21 
March \1%%, and 
of her uncle Ed- 
ward I February 
i74f- 



Martha, mentioned in wills 
of her father 21 March 
lyfl, and of her uncle 
Edward i February 174I; 
(?) married John Pilbrough 
of Great Horkesley, co. 
Essex, marriage licence 
dated 1738. 



Sarah, mentioned 
in wills of her 
father 2 1 March 
17IJ, and of her 
uncle Edward i 
February 1745. 



Richard Woodthorpe= 
of Walton, CO. Suffolk, 
gent ; bur. at Walton 
II November 1754. 
M.I. Will dated i 
October 1754, proved 
26 November 1754 
(P.C.C. 316 Pinfold) 



=Mary Collett, dau. of Cornelius 
CoUett of Westerfield, co. Suffolk, 
gent, by Elizabeth his 2nd wife, dau. 
of Bence Dowsing of Alderton, co. 
Suffolk ; bapt. 24 June 1683 ; execu- 
trix to her daughter Mary 13 Feb- 
ruary 1759 ; bur. at Walton 18 Jan- 
uary 1762. M.I. Will dated 9 March 
and 14 December 1761, proved 25 
February 1 762 (P.C.C. 87 St. Eloy). 



George Cooke=T=Rebecca, marr. at 



of Harwich, CO. 
Essex. 



Warmingford, co. 
Essex, 27 May 
1708 ; died before 
I February i74f. 
2nd wife. 



A 



Cornelius Woodthorpe, born 23 January, 
bapt. at Trimley St. Martin, co. Suffolk, 
2 February 171^; bur. there 21 December 
1720. 



Richard Woodthorpe of Walton ; died, aged 
40, 8 June 1752, bur. at Walton. M.I. \see 
'■'■ Fragmenta Genealogica" Vol. 2, page 5p). 



Woodthorpe Buckenham= 
of Hadleigh, co. Suffolk, 
gent (son of Philip Buck- 
enham and Margaret 
Woodthorpe his wife) ; 
bapt. at Hadleigh 15 
October 1691 ; executor to 
his father 5 August 1710 ; 
died, aged 58, i May 1750, 
bur. at Hadleigh. M.I. 
Will dated 17 May 1748 
and 25 April 1749, proved 
2 June 1750 (P.C.C. 189 
Greenly). 



I 
=Mary, born 3 September, bapt. 
at Trimley St. Martin 27 Sep- 
tember 1 711; marr. there 9 
January 173! ; executrix to 
her husband 2 June 1750, and 
to her father 26 November 
1754; died,aged47, 18 Novem- 
ber 1758, bur. at Walton. M.I. 
{see '■'■Fragmenta Genealogica," 
Vol. 2, page jp). Will dated 
20 December 1756, proved 
13 February 1759 (P.C.C. 
45 Arran). 



Robert Brown= 

of Shadwell, 
CO. Middlesex. 



=Rachel, born 9 
May, bapt. at 
Trimley St. Martin 
3iMayi7i5;marr. 
at Ingatestone, co. 
Essex, in 1748, 
marriage licence 
(Colchester). 



Dorothy Wood- 
thorpe, bapt. at 
Little Oakley, 
CO. Essex, 20 
December 1 781; 
died, aged 51, 
i6Januaryi833, 
bur. at Ramsey, 
CO. Essex. M.I. 



William Wood- 
thorpe, bapt. at 
Little Oakley 20 
December 1 781 ; 
died young. 



Judith Woodthorpe, 
bapt. at Little Oak- 
ley 26 September 
1785: died, aged 87, 
23 January 1870, 
bur. at Ramsey. M.I. 



Richard Woodthorpe of Crickhowell, 
CO. Denbigh, and afterwards of De 
Beauvoir Square, l^ondon, Staff- 
Surgeon R.N. ; bapt. at Little Oakley 
26 September 1785; Surgeon Royal 
Navy 18 March 1809 ; died, aged 94, 
20 April 1879, b'^f- ''I Ramsey. M.I. 



X2 



William Woodthorpe of Ipswich, co. Suffolk,=j=Elizabeth Ralph, dau. of Thomas Ralph of 
gent. Will dated 26 February 1754, proved 29 Polstead, co. Suffolk, and Mary his wife; 
December 1757 (P.C.C. 378 Herring). bapt. at Polstead in December 1691, bur. at 

Polstead 6 May 1775. 



William Woodthorpe=j=Dorothy Cobboll, dau. of Thomas 



of Little Oakley Hall, 
CO. Essex, yeoman ; 
died, aged 52, 25 
April, bur. at Trim- 
ley St. Martin, co. 
Suffolk, I May 1770. 
M.I. Will dated 19 
August 1765, proved 
8 May 1770 (P.C.C. 
214 Jenner). 



Cobboll of Trimley St. Martin, and 
Dorothy his wife ; born 16 No- 
vember 1729; marriage licence 
(Ipswich) dated 9 October 1750; 
executrix to her husband 8 May 
1770 ; died 9 May, bur. at Trimley 
St. Martin 13 May 1774. M.I. 
Will dated 26 December 1773, 
proved 9 June 1774 (P.C.C. 
249 Bar grave). 



Thomas Rudland,= 
executor toWilliam 
Woodthorpe 29 
December 1757. 



=Mary, born 7 
April, bapt. at 
Trimley St. 

Martin 10 April 
1716 ; executrix 
to her father 
29 December 
1757- 



William Woodthorpe of= 
Mountnessing, co. Essex, 
farmer ; died, aged 55, 15 
September 1806, bur. at 
Ramsey, co. Essex. M.I, 
Will dated 2 July 1803 
and 27 March 1804, 
proved 15 September 1806 
(Commissary of London, 
Essex and Herts, 149 
Jackson). 



=Jndith Woodroffe, 
dau. of John and 
Mary Woodroffe 
of South Hall, 
Ramsey; marriage 
licence (Chelms- 
ford) dated 1779 ; 
died, aged 38, 17 
April 1794, bur. at 
Ramsey. M.I. 



John Woodthorpe, 
not 2 1, 19 August 
1765 ; mentioned 
in his mother's 
will 26 December 
1773; living 2 July 
1803. 



_ I 
Richard Woodthorpe of 
Colchester, co. Essex ; 
mentioned in the will of 
Mary Woodthorpe 9 March 
1 761 ; died, aged 49, at 
Newmarket, co. Suffolk, 5 
November, bur. at Trimley 
St. Martin 1 2 November 
1802. Will dated 10 No- 
vember 1795, proved 20 
November 1802 (P.C.C. 
866 Kenyan). 



John Chambers= 
Younger of Clap- 
ton Square, co. 
Middlesex, attor- 
ney; born 7 Jan- 
uary 1793 ; died 
12 July 1832. 



=Mary, born i6 
March, bapt. at 
Little Oakley 30 
October 1787 ; 
raarr. in 1814 ; 
died in 1825, 
bur. at Leyton, 
CO. Essex. 



Sarah Wood- 
thorpe, bur. 
at Little Oak- 
ley 8 March 
1788. 



Robert Baker=j=EHzabeth, born 7 August, 



of Bentley, co. 
Suffolk ; bapt. 

7 April 1795; 
died, aged 64, 

8 March 1858, 
bur.atRamsey. 
M.I. 



A 



bapt. at Little Oakley 19 
November 1793; marr. 
at St. Peter's, Colchester, 
14 July 1817 ; died 28 
January 1889, bur. at 
Ramsey. 



A 



13 



Philip Woodthorpe of Colchester,=j=Sarah, executrix to 
CO. Essex; mentioned in will of his j her son Edward 28 
brother Edward i February i74§; | August 1745. 
executor to his son Edward 28 
August 1745. 



Rachel, married after 8 November 
1 7 14 . . . Nunn. 

T 

A 



Philip Woodthorpe of Edward Woodthorpe of Wivenhoe, Mary, executrix to her brother 

Colchester, carpenter ; co. Essex, wheelwright. Will dated Edward 28 August 1745 ; 

not 21, I February 1 74f ; 26 July 1745, proved 28 August 1745 (?) married James Patten 

executor to his brother (Arch: of Colchester, 194 Lucas). of Munden, co. Hertford, 

28 August 1745. marriage licence dated 1755. 



Rev. William Bolton, Rector of Hollesley, co.=f=Mary, mentioned in will Thomas Wood- 



Suffolk and of Brancaster, co. Norfolk ; bapt. at 
Coddenham, co. Suffolk, 17 April 1753; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted pensioner 
9 May 1 77 1, aged 18, Scholar 1773; B.A. 1775; 
M.A. 1780; Rector of Hollesley 21 May 1783 
and of Brancaster 26 April 1804; died, aged 85, 
8 March 1840. /1\ 



of Mary Woodthorpe thorpe, bur. at 
9 March 1761 ; marr. Trimley St. Mar- 
at Ipswich 12 December tin, co. Suf- 
1776; died, aged 82, bur. folk, 27 January 
21 April 1840. 1754- 



{For issue see Vol. 11, page 58). 



Thomas Woodthorpe of Fanns Farm, Aveley, co.= 
Essex; not 21, 19 August 1765 ; died, aged 78, 
6 August 1833, bur. at All Saints', Colchester. 
M.I. Will dated 3 November 1831, proved 9 
November 1833 (P.C.C. 733 Farquhar). 



=Mary Jones, marr. 
3 November 1785 ; 
died, aged 8i,bur.at 
Aveley 27 February 
1844. 



Elizabeth Woodthorpe, 
bapt. 20 September 
1757 ; bur. at Little 
Oakley, co. Essex, 23 
March 1758. 



/K 



{For issue see " Visitation of Englaiid arid IVa/es," 
Vol. XV., page SJ.) 



William Smith of= 
Colchester, wine 
merchant; executor 
to William Wood- 
thorpe 15 Septem- 
ber 1806 ; died, 
aged 73, 9 January 
1836, bur. at St. 
Mary-at- the -Wall, 
Colchester. M.I. 



A 



=Sarah, bapt. at 
Little Oakley 
31 January 
1759; died, 
aged 72, bur. 
at St. Mary-at- 
the-Wall, Col- 
chester. M.I. 



Thomas Andrews of St.= 
Peter's, Colchester ; died, 
aged 74, 7 January 1815, 
bur. at St. Peter's, Col- 
chester. M.I. Will dated 
10 June 1798, proved 21 
January 1815 (P.C.C. 
I Pakenhani). He married 
istly Esther, who died, aged 
49. 25 January 1793. 



=Rebecca Hewitt, bapt. at 
Little Oakley 12 February 
1765; marr. at Hollesley 
CO. Suffolk, 5 November 
1802 ; died, aged 79, 10 
November 1843, bur. at 
St. Peter's, Colchester. 
M.I. 



14 



Pedigree of Amhiirst. 



Thomas Amherst of Pembury, 
Will dated 21 March 
Rochester (Vol. II., fo. 168.) 






CO. Kent.=(=Sarah, Hving 21 
proved at March r4sn- 



Amherst of 
Hackney. 

[Vol. IS, p. 68.] 



Thomas Amherst of Pembury ;=f=Isabel, exe- Isabel, men- Julian, men- Agnes, men- 



not 23, 21 March 14^^. Will 
dated 10 October 1489, proved at 
Mailing 25 January \i,%% (Roches- 
ter, Vol. v., fo. 159.) 



cutrix to 
her husband 
25 January 
i4t^ 



tioned in her 
father's will 
2iMar. i4f^-; 
living 10 Oc- 
tober 1489. 



tioned in her 
father's will 
2iMar.i4SJ; 
living 10 Oc- 
tober 1489. 



tioned in her 
father's will 
2iMar.i4§^; 
living 10 Oc- 
tober 1489. 



William Amherst of Tudeley, Thomas Amherst of Pem-= 
CO. Kent; living 10 October bury; not 20, 10 October 
1489. 1489. 



=. . . Bowregge, sister 
of Thomas Bowregge 
of Capel, CO. Kent. 



Alison, living 
10 October 
1489. 



John Amherst of Pembury ; men-= 
tioned in the will of his brother 
WiUiam 24 March 156^. Will dated 
17 April 1578, proved 27 April 1578 
(Rochester, Vol. XII., fo. 109.) 



=Paraell Raynes, 
daughter of 
John Raynes of 
Capel. 



Richard Amherst of Pembury. 
{See Vol. 10, page 154.) 



Other 



William Amherst=j=Julian, execu- 



of Pembury. Will 
dated 24 March 
156^, proved 30 
June 1 56 1 (Roches- 
ter, Vol. XII. ii., fo. 

191-) A 



trix to her hus- 
band 30 June 
1 561. (?) mar- 
ried 2ndly . . . 
Bridgeman. 



Richard Amherst of Head-= 
corn, CO. Kent ; men- 
tioned in will of his brother 
William 24 March 156^. 
Will dated 5 October 1591, 
proved at Canterbury 13 
November 1591 (Arch: of 
Cant: Vol, 48, fo. 10 1). 



/K 



Nicholas Amherst of Judds in Tudeley,= 
tanner ; mentioned in the wills of his 
brother William 24 March 156", and of 
his son George 20 February 159!. W'ill 
dated 19 February \%%%, proved at 
West Mailing 10 July 1600 (Rochester, 
Vol. XIX. i., fo. 36.) 



=Joan Danne, dau. 
of James Danne 
of Ton bridge, co. 
Kent ; marr. at 
Pembury 1562 ; 
living 19 Feb- 
ruary \^l. 



Rev. George Amherst, Vicar= 
of Yalding, co. Kent ; of 
Queen's College, Oxford, 
B.A. 1580 ; Vicar of Yalding 
3 February is8|; bur. at 
Yalding 28 February t59f. 
M.I. Will dated 20 Feb- 
ruary 159!, proved 7 Sep- 
tember 1593 (Rochester, 
Vol. XVIII., fo. 272). 



'Margaret Eagles, 
sister of Andrew 
Eagles ; marr. in 
1583 ; executrix to 
her husband 7 Sep- 
tember 1593. She 
married istly An- 
thony Francis of 
Lamberhurst, co. 
Kent. 



John Amherst of Shorne,^ 
CO. Kent, tanner ; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 19 February ||^ ; 
Will dated i July 161 1, 
proved 5 October 161 1 
(Rochester, Vol. XX., 
fo. 268.) A 



Bennet, marr. in 
1586 ; died before 
I July 161 1, bur. at 
Shome. She mar- 
ried istly the Rev. 
Hugh Williams, 
Vicar of Yalding. 



IS 



Joan, mentioned in 
will of her brother 
George 20 February 
159I; living 19 Feb- 
ruary if^f. She 
married . . . (Jover. 



James Everest= 
of Chiddingstone, 
CO. Kent ; died 
before i July 
1611. 



=Susan, married at Chid- 
dingstone in 1572 ; mentioned 
in will of her brother George 
20 I'^ebruary 159!; living 19 
February i|^^. 



A 



Mary, mentioned in 
will of her brother 
George 20 February 
1595; living 19 Feb- 



ruary i§^^. 
married . . . 



She 
Tumor. 



Nicholas Amhurst of the= 
Court Lodge, East Far- 
leigh, CO. Kent, yeoman ; 
mentioned in his father's 
will 20 February 159!, 
and in his grandfather's 
19 February {ii^' d>edj 
aged 72, 8 April 1662, bur. 
at East Farleigh. M.I. 
Will dated 4 April 1662, 
proved 14 April 1662 
(Deanery of Shoreham). 



=Eli?,abeth Norton, dau. 
of Stephen Norton of 
Chart- by Sutton, co. 
Kent ; marr. licence 
(Canterbury) dated 8 
January 1 6 1~ ; died aged 
77. 4 February 167I, 
bur. at East Farleigh. 
M.I. Administration 
granted 7 February 
r67f (Deanery of 
Shoreham). 



Arthur Amhursl of Capel,= 
CO. Kent, yeoman; not 
21, 20 February 159! ; 
mentioned in his grand- 
father's will 19 February 
iff^. Will dated 28 April 
1662, proved 13 June 
1662, by Arthur Amhurst, 
son (Rochester, Vol. 
XXIV. fo. 3). 



'Elizabeth Hay- 
man, dau. of the 
Rev. William 
Hayman, Rec- 
tor of Chart, co. 
Kent. 



A 



Nicholas Amhurst of=i=J 
the Court Lodge, East 
Farleigh, co. Kent, 
gent ; bapt. in 1617 ; 
executor to his father 
14 April 1662, and 
administrator to his 
mother 7 February 
167! ; died, aged 61, 
28 August 1679, bur. 
at East Farleigh. M.I. 
'^Vill dated 21 August 
1679, proved 19 No- 
vember 1679 (P.C.C. 
137 A7«^). 



ane Fletcher, sister 
and heir of John 
Fletcher of All 
Hallows, CO. Kent ; 
marr. at West Far- 
leigh, CO. Kent, i 
May 1643 ; executrix 
toherbrother i8June 
1650 ; died, aged 63, 
25 March 1681, bur. 
at East Farleigh. 
M.I. 



Edward Amhurst of Hunton,=Mary Bishop, exe- 



co. Kent ; bapt. at East 
Farleigh in 1619 ; bur. at 
Hunton in 1659. Will proved 
5 March i66| (Deanery of 
Shoreham). 



cutrix to her 
husband 5 March 
i66i. Will proved 
20 November 
1667 (Deanery of 
Shoreham). 



Lisbona, bapt. in 
162 1 ; married 
before 4 April 
1662 .. . Wells. 



Symon Partridge,^Martha. 

living 4 April 

1662. 



John Amhurst of the= 
Court Lodge, East Far- 
leigh, esquire ; bapt. in 
1643 ; executor to his 
father 19 November 
1679 ; Sheriff of co. 
Kent 1 699 ; died, aged 
67, 24 July 171 1, bur. 
at East Farleigh. M.I. 
Will dated 14 June 171 1, 
proved 1 5 August i 7 1 1 
(P.C.C. 159 Youtif^). 



=Susanna Evering, dau. of 
Robert Evering of Evering, 
in Alkhani, co. Kent, and 
Susanna Gonnell his wife ; 
marriage licence (Canter- 
bury) dated 1 1 November 
1672 ; died, aged 86, 8 
June 1724, bur. at East 
Farleigh. M.I. Adminis- 
tration granted 7 Septem- 
ber 1724 (Deanery of 
Shoreham). 



Daniel Norton= 
of Bcrmoiulsey, 
CO. Surrey; aged 
18, II January 
166J- ; living 1 1 
June 1684. 



A 



^Elizabeth, bapt. in 
1645 ; married in 
i66i ; marriage li- 
cence (Vicar-General) 
dated 1 1 January 
166.^ ; died before 
6 June 1 7 1 2 ; adminis- 
tratrix to her sister 
Jane i October 1667. 



16 



Margaret, not 20, 20 February 159! ; marr. 
at Boxley, co. Kent, in 1613, Robert 
Henniker. 



Jane, mentioned in her father's will 20 February 
159J ; marr. at Boxley in 1616, Edward Cutbush. 



William Mayo of Staplehurst, co. Kent. 
Will dated in 1679, proved in 1680. 



=Elizabeth, bapt. in 
1624 ; married in 
1642. 



Alice, bapt. in 1626 ; 
married . . . Barker. 



I I 

Rev. George Amhurst, Vicar of Marden,=j=Margaret,died, Stephen Amhurst of East Farleigh, 
rrt. Kent! educated at Maidstone and at aged 77, 12 co. Kent; bapt. at East Farleigh 

February 1 7o§, 

bur.atMarden. 

M.I. 



CO. Kent ; educated at Maidstone and at 
St. John's College, Cambridge, admitted 
sizar 29 June 1648, aged 18 ; B.A. 165I ; 
died, aged 79, i November 1707, bur. 
at Marden. M.I. Will dated 3 July 
1707, proved 8 November 1707 (P.C.C. 
270 Poky). /^ 



m 1630; mentioned m 
father's will 4 April 1662 
in 17 12. He married Mary 



his 
bur. 



Jane Amhurst, mentioned 
in will of her uncle, John 
Fletcher, 23 March 164^ ; 
died at Bermondsey, co. 
Surrey. Administration 
granted i October 1667 
(P.C.C.) 



Edmund Cohille of 
Maidstone, co. Kent, 
Salter ; aged about 32, 
17 November 1680. 
\Vill dated 10 June 
1684, proved 21 
June 1684 (P.C.C. 
71 Hare). J^ 



=Katherine, bapt. in 1653 ; marriage licence 
(Vicar-General) dated 17 November 1680; 
e.xecutrix to her husband 21 June 1684; 
died at Peckham, co. Surrey. Will dated 
6 June 1712 and 31 May 17 14, proved 
6 July 1 7 14 (P.C.C. 134 Aston). 



Rev. Nicholas Buckeridge,= 
Rector of Bradwell-by-the-Sea, 
CO. Essex ; born 27 May 1649 ; 
educated at Merchant Taylors' 
School, admitted 11 September 
1663, and at St. J ohn's College, 
(Jxford, matriculated 19 Octo- 
ber 1666; B.C.L. 1671 ; Rector 
of Br.idwell 26 March 1697. 
Will dated 26 January 172! 
and 8 January 172!, proved 
19 September 1727 (P.C.C. 
201 Fa/rant). /^ 



=Helena, marriage 
licence (Faculty Of- 
fice) dated 2 June 
1679, then aged 22; 
living 6 June 17 12; 
died before 26 
January 1725. 



George Westhorpe= 
of West Ham, co. 
Essex. 



=Sarah, bapt. in 1660; 
married at East Far- 
leigh in 1 68 1, mar- 
riage licence (Faculty 
Office) dated 14 May ; 
died, aged 20, 12 
November 1681, bur. 
at East Farleigh. 
M.I. 



Nicholas Amhurst of Barnjett, in Barmiiig,= 
CO. Kent, gent ; executor to his brother John 
15 August 17 1 1, and to his sister, Katharine 
Colville, 6 July 17 14; died, aged 51, 
3 April 17 15, bur. at East Farleigh, co. 
Kent. M.I. Will dated 3 April 17 15, 
proved 23 December 1715, administration 
granted 13 April 17 19 (P.C.C. 231 Fagg). 



=Susanna Evering, dau. and heir of Robert Evering 
of Evering, in Alkham, co. Kent [brother-in-law of 
John Amhurst] ; marr. 18 May 1686 ; executrix to 
her husband 23 December 17 15; died, aged 45, 
24 January i7i|, bur. at East Farleigh. M.I. 
Will dated 22 January 17 if, proved 6 May 
T7I7 (P.C.C. 89 Whitfield). 



John Amhurst of the Court Lodge, East Farleigh, = 
gent ; (?) bapt. at Plympton St. Mary, co. Devon, 
23 December 1686; died, aged 26, 25 April 1714, 
bur. at East Farleigh. M.I. Admmistration 
granted 6 November 17 14 (P.C.C.) 



=Elizabeth (? Walsingham), administratrix 
to her husband 6 November 17 14; died, 
aged 47, 21 August 1736, bur. at East 
Farleigh. M.I. Administration granted 
13 February 173I (P.C.C.) 



Nicholas Amhurst of East Farleigh, gent ; bapt. at East^ 
Farleigh in 1714; administrator to his mother 13 February 
173I; died, aged 36, 6 April 1750, bur. at East Farleigh. 
M.I. 



=Mary Allen, dau. of James 
Allen of Harming, by Jane 
Amherst his wife (see page 
20) ; marr. at Harming in 1736 ; 
living 8 October 1772. 



John Amhurst of Boxley 
Abbey, co. Kent ; married 
, . . Lott. 



Anthony Frederick Long of East^Jane. 
Farleigh ; died, aged 75, i September 
i8oi, bur. at East Farleigh. M.I. 
Administration granted 15 Deceml)er 
1 80 1 (P.C.C.) 



Mary Amhurst. 



Edward Walsingham of=pSusanna, bapt.=William Chapman of West 



Callis Court, in Ryarsh, 
CO. Kent, gent ; marr. at 
West Farleigh 27 March 
1 7 1 1 ; executor to Susanna 
Amhurst 6 May 1717; 
died, aged 30, 9 May 
1 7 18, bur. at Ryarsh. 
M.I. I St husband. 



A 



in 1690; died Mailing, co. Kent; marr. at 
in 1722. West Mailing in 1719; bur. 

at West Mailing i May 
1 76 1. Will dated 31 January 
1761, proved 25 May 1761 
(P.C.C. 165 Cheslyn). 2nd 
husband. 



Evering Amhurst, 
died, aged 11, 17 
February 1 7 i.i,bur. 
at East Farleigh. 
M.I. 



18 



Elizabeth Beeston, marr.== George Amhurst of the Court=j=Susanna Burgas, dau. of John 



at Harrietsham, co. Kent, Lodge, East Farleigh, gent ; 

in 1715 ; died, aged 21 bapt. at East Farleigh in 1693; 

years and 6 months, executor to his son George 15 

18 February 17I7, bur. July 1745; died, aged 65, 

at East Farleigh, CO. Kent. 12 July 1759, bur. at East 

M.I. ist wife. Farleigh. M.I. 



Burges, Alderman of Rochester, 
CO. Kent, and Sarah his wife ; 
marr. in 1 7 1 8 ; died, aged 68, 
I March 1757, bur. at East 
Farleigh. M.I. She married istly 
. . . Wood. 2nd wife. 



Anne Amhurst, of Barming, 
CO. Kent ; mentioned in her 
grandmother's will 8 June 
1733. Will dated 12 Jan- 
uary 1795, proved 17 April 
1795 (P.C.C. 233 Newcastle). 



Ruth 

Ward, dau. of 
Thomas Ward 
of Littlebrook, 
CO. Kent ; mar- 
riage licence (Ro- 
chester) dated 
1 1 September 
1755. 1st wife. 



rhomas=j=John Amhurst of= 
Rochester, esquire ; 
(?) Captain R.N. ; 
died, aged 63, at 
Rochester 22 Jan- 
uary 1788, bur. at 
East Farleigh. Will 
dated 1 7 January 
1788, proved 7 Feb- 
ruary 1788 (P.C.C. 
52 Cahiert). 



John Thomas Amhurst, Lieutenant iith Light Dragoons 27 
February 1782, Captain 12 July 1788; e.\ecutor to his father 
7 February 1788, and to his aunt, Anne Amhurst, 17 April 1795 ; 
bur. at the Baptist Chapel, Dover, co. Kent, 15 December 1831. 



=Mary Tyssen, dau. and 
heir of Francis John 
Tyssen, Lord of the 
Manor of Hackney ; 
marr. at St. Olave's, Old 
Jewry, London, 25 Sep- 
tember 1766, marriage 
settlements dated 24 
September ; died, aged 
about 57, 25 March, 
bur. at East Farleigh 29 
March 1800. Will dated 
20 June 1794, proved 
19 August 1800 (P.C.C. 
573 Adder ley). 2nd 
wife. 



Mary Amhurst, 
bapt.at St.Nicho 
las', Rochester, 3 
November 1767 ; 
died, aged 7, bur. 
at East Farleigh 
30 September 
1774- 



William George Daniel -Tyssen of Foley= 
House, CO. Kent, of Hackney, of Foulden 
Hall, CO. Norfolk, and of Westbrook House, 
CO. Dorset (3rd son of John Daniel, by 
Dorcas his wife, dau. and heir of Thomas 
.\uchmuty) ; born 25 April 1773; Lieutenant 
gist Foot 30 October 1793, Captain 6 August 
1794; High Sheriff of co. Kent 1825; by 
Royal Licence dated 14 March 18 14, took 
the additional name of Tyssen ; died at 
Foley House 6 January, bur. at East Farleigh 
13 January 1838. VVill dated 23 October 
1835 to 4 lanuary 1838, proved 16 February 
1838 (P.C.C. 126 Nicholl). 



=Amelia, baprt. at St. Nicholas', 
Rochester, 1 May 1775; 
married there 21 June 1794, 
marriage licence (Rochester) 
dated 20 June, marriage 
settlements dated same day ; 
executrix to her mother 19 
August 1800; died, aged 77, 
6 August, bur. at East Far- 
leigh 13 August 1 85 1. Will 
dated 32 February 1851, 
proved 2 September 1851 
(P.C.C. 7.S6, 5>)- 



-K 



i^For issue see "Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XV., page 6S.) 



19 



Rev. John Taylor,=Elizabeth, bapt. 

living 13 April in 1694; marr. 

1719; (?) Rector before 3 April 

of Swanscombe, 1715 ; living 13 

CO. Kent; died, April 17 19. 
aged 60, bur. 17 
September 1757. 



James Allen of Bar-=j=Jane, bapt. in 1695 ; marr. after 3 



ming, CO. Kent ; died, 
aged 72, 30 January 
1766, bur. at East 
Farleigh, co. Kent. 
M.I. 



April 171 5, and before 22 January 
1 7 if; died, aged 79, 7 August 
1775, bur. at East Farleigh. M.I. 
Will dated 8 October 1772, 
proved 15 August 1775 (PC.C. 
298 Alexander). 



A 
{See page iS.) 



Mary Anihurst, of Boxley 
Abbey, co. Kent ; men- 
tioned in will of her uncle 
John 14 June 171 1 ; died, 
aged 76, 20 April 1773, 
bur. at East Farleigh. 
M.I. Will dated 27 
May 1 7 7 1 , proved 2 1 
May 1773 (P.C.C. 190 
Stevens). 



Katherine Amhurst, 
died, aged 14, 3 
February 171^, bur. 
at East Farleigh. 
M.I. 



Nicholas Amhurst of Barnjett, in Barming, 
gent; died, aged 36, 6 February 173^, 
bur. at East Farleigh. M.I. Will dated 
I February 173^, proved 10 March 173^ 
(P.C.C. 49 Wake). 




rnnAcryi 



Stephen Amhurst of the Court Lodge, West Farleigh, gent ;= 
bapt. in 1701 ; executor to his brother Edward 25 November 
1756; died, aged 58, 30 April 1760, bur. at West Farleigh. M.I. 
Will dated 25 August 1757 and 28 January 1758, proved 13 June 
1760 (P.C.C. 226 Lynch). 



)jbf': Q/yyi^M/n(' 



=Sarah Hope, dau. of 
Richard Hope of Rol- 
venden, co. Kent, gent ; 
marr. at West Farleigh 
22 September 1735, fi^""' 
riage settlements dated 
19 August ; died, aged 
81, 24 May 1792, bur. 
at West Farleigh. M.I. 



Catharine Amhurst, 
died, aged 25, 8 
October 1 76 1, bur. at 
West Farleigh. M.I. 



John Amhurst of Barnjett, in l?arming, esquire ; 
died, aged 71, 18 November 1809, bur. at West 
Farleigh. M.I. Will dated 8 May 1809, proved 
23 May 1 8 10 (P.C.C. 227 Collingivood). 



Stephen Amhurst, 
died, aged 10, 28 
June 1750, bur. at 
West Farleigh. M.I. 



Susanna, mentioned in her sister's 
will 12 January 1795. She 
married . . . England. 



George .Amhurst, of H.M.S. "Dreadnought" in 1743; 
died while serving on H.M.S. " Orford." \\'ill dated 8 March 
I74j, proved 15 July 1745 (Arch: of Rochester, Vol. 31). 



Elizabeth Miller,=Edward Amhurst of Barnjett, in Barming, co. Kent,= 
of Ryarsh, co. gent; bapt. in 1704; executor to his brother 
Nicholas 10 March 1737 ; died, aged 51, 27 October 
1756, bur. at Harming. M.I. Will dated 6 April 
1751, proved 25 November 1756 (P.C.C. 287 
Glazier). 



Kent ; marr. m 
1 741; died, aged 
32, 24 April 1747, 
bur. at East Far- 



leigh, CO. Kent. 
M.I. ist wife. 



Po^ 



/2^^^'i-c>(/y:H- 



^Elizabeth Hope, dau. 
of Richard Hope of 
Rolvenden, co. Kent, 
gent ; married in 
1751, marriage licence 
(Canterbury) dated 5 
November 1751 ; died 
in 1779, bur. at 
Rolvenden. 2nd wife. 



Edward Amhurst, died, 
aged 20, 3 September 
1762, bur. at West 
Farleigh. M.I. 



Elizabeth Amhurst, died, 
aged 6, 4 July 1750, 
bur. at West Farleigh. 
M.I. 



Mary Amhurst, mentioned in her father's 
will 25 August 1757 ; living 12 January 
1795 ; died, aged 82, i February 1831, 
bur. at West Farleigh. M.I. 



Stephen Amhurst of= 
West Farleigh ; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 25 August 1757 ; 
died, aged 64, 6 May 
1814, bur. at West 
Farleigh. M.I. 



= Mary 
Whittle. 



Richard Round=i=Sarah, marr. at 



of Stone-Pit, 
in Seal, co. 
Kent. 



West Farleigh 
1 7 September 
1771 ; living 12 
January 1795. 



/K 



Elizabeth Amhurst, men- 
tioned in her father's 
will 25 August 1757; 
living 12 January 1795; 
died, aged 77, 18 July 
1 83 1, bur. at West 
Farleigh. M.I. 



21 



Marshall. 

[Vol. 15, p. 97. 



Pedigree of Marshall of Enstone, co. Oxford. 



John Marshall of Nether \Vorton,=j= 
CO. Oxford ; bur. at Nether Worton 
21 May 1560. Administration 
granted 20 ]uly 1560 (Arch: Court 
of Oxford)! 



John Marshall of Nether Worton ;= 
bur. at Great Tew, co. Oxford. 
Will dated 10 September 1560, 
proved 3 May 1561 (Arch: of 
Oxford, Series i.. Vol. 6, fo. 409). 



.k 



=Agnes Payne, dau. of Martin 
Payne of Little Tew, in 
Great Tew ; named executrix 
to her husband 10 September 
1560. 



William Marshall of Great 
Rollright, CO. Oxford, hus- 
bandman. Will dated 19 
April 1558, proved 30 April 
1558 (Arch: of Oxford, 
Series i., Vol. 4, fo. 202). 



Henry Marshall of Great Rollright ; 
executor to his brother William 30 April 
1558 ; bur. at Great Rollright i November 
1565- 



Ralph Marshall of Little Tew,= 
husbandman. Will dated 29 Sep- 
tember 1584, proved 11 December 
1585 (Cons: of Oxford). 



=Alice, executrix 
to her husband 
1 1 December 
1585- 



Edmund Marshall=f=Margaret, bur. Edmund Busbie of Little=i=Margaret. Anne, mentioned 



of Little Tew ; 
executor to his 
father 1 1 Decem- 
ber 1585 ; bur. 
at Great Tew 27 
August 1636. 



at Great Tew 
8 December 
1643. 



Tew, husbandman ; execu- 
tor to Ralph Marshall 1 1 
December 1585. Will dated 
26 December 1591, proved 
5 February 159^ (Cons: of 
Oxford). 



in will of her 
uncle William 19 
April 1558. 



A 



Ralph Marshall of Little Tew, yeoman; bur. at Great Tew 9 .'\ugust=j=Julian Ryman, marr. 



1669. Will dated 24 August 1666, proved 20 November 1669 (P.C.C. 
144 Coke). 



at Great Tew 14 May 
1612. 



Ralph Marshall of Little Tew, yeoman ; executor to his father=j=Anne Hacker, dau. of Thomas 
20 November 1669 ; died, aged 95, 27 May, bur. at Great Tew [ Hacker of Churchill, co. 
30 May 1706. M.L Will dated 21 May 1700, proved 26 
September 1706 (Arch : of Oxford, C. 319). 




^^trm^ 



Oxford, and Anne his wife ; 
marr. at Wigginlon, co. Ox- 
ford, 23 December 1645 ! <^^^^ 
29 August, bur. at Great I'ew 
I September 1706. M.L 



A 



John Marshall of Little Tew, co.=j=Anne Hedges, sister of William Hedges of Dorothy, 



Oxford, yeoman ; bur. at Great Tew 
6 October 163 1. Will dated 4 
October 1631, proved at Chipping 
Norton 5 April 1632 (Cons: of 
Oxford). 



Great Tew, husbandman ; marr. at Great Tew 
27 September 1613 ; executrix to her husband 
5 April 1632 ; bur. there 26 May 1653. Will 
dated 6 May 1653, proved 8 July 1653 
(P.C.C. 268 Broit). 



A\ 



Nicholas Marshall of=f=Elizabeth Holloway, sister of Gamaliel Holloway ; administratrix to her 



Enstone, co. Oxford. 
Administration was 
granted 5 April 1649 
(Cons: of Oxford). 



husband 5 April 1649, and to her son Stephen 28 August 1666 ; died 
20 June, bur. at Enstone 23 June 1694. Will dated 6 April 1693, 
proved at Chipping Norton 20 September 1694 (Arch : of Oxford, 
Series ii., Vol. 12, fo. Z73). 



Nicholas Marshall of Enstone, gent ; administrator to his= 
brother Stephen 28 August 1666 ; died, aged 73, 1 July, 
bur. at Enstone 3 July 1713. M.I. Will dated 18 June 
1707, proved 17 September 17 13 (Arch: of Oxford, 
Series ii., Vol. 14, fo. 1S3). 



'Martha Matts, dau. of Edmund 
Matts of Whitchurch, co. Bucking- 
ham, by Alice his wife, dau. of 
Matthew Deverell of Swanbourne, 
CO. Buckingham ; marr. at Whit- 
church 2 November 1663, marriage 
settlements dated 26 October ; bur. 
at Enstone 17 December 1668. 




Elizabeth Marshall, bapt. at Enstone 6 October 
1664 ; executrix to her grandmother 20 September 
1694, and to her father 17 September 1713 ; iheil 
I May, bur. in Enstone Church 4 May 1747. 
Administration granted it, April 1748 (Arch: 
of 0.xford). 



Mary Marshall, bapt. at Enstone 23 No- 
vember 1666 : executrix to her grandmother 
20 September 1694, and to her father 17 
September 17 13; died 18 November, bur. 
ai Enstone 21 November 1740. M.I. 



Stephen Marshall of Enstone,= 
attorney ; bapt. at Enstone 1 7 De- 
cember 1668 ; executor to his grand- 
mother 20 September 1694 ; died 
II November, bur. at Enstone 15 
November 1 7 19. M.I. Will dated 
16 {sic) November 17 19, proved at 
Chipping Norton 13 June 1720 
(Oxford, Series ii.. Vol. 16, fo. 215). 



=Mary Knapp, dau. of Francis Knapp of Shilton, co. 
Oxford, by Katherine his wife, dau. of William Baggs 
of Shilton; bapt. at Shilton 25 October 1664; marriage 
settlements dated 13 December 1701 ; executrix to her 
husband 13 June 1720; died, aged 80, 21 February, 
bur. at Enstone 24 February 174!- M.I. 



<yH 



f-^ J^CL^'^'^'t^ 




John Marshall, 
bapt. at Great 
Tew 7 June 
1618, bur. there 
27 September 
foUowins;. 



Thomas Wells.=j=Dorothy, bapt. at 



living 24 August 
1666, 



Great Tew 3 
September 1620 ; 
living 24 August 
1666. 



A 



William Cannon=Mary, bapt. at Great 

of Long Grendon, Tew 2 February 

CO. Buckingham. i62f ; marr. at 

Wootton, CO. 0.x- 

ford, 23 June 1642. 



Stephen Marshall of Enstone, co. Oxford. Will dated 14 July 1666, 
administration granted 28 August 1666 (Arch : of Oxford). 



Gamaliel Marshall, 
living in 1665. 



Nicholas Marshall of Enstone, gent ; born=j=Hester Taylor, dau. of Edward Taylor of 



10 February, bapt. at Enstone 18 February 
i70f ; died 20 March, bur. at Enstone 23 
March 1764. M.I. Will dated 9 February 
1763, proved 2 June 1764 (Oxford, Vol. 23, 
fo. 80). 



Radford, in Enstone, by Catherine his wife ; 
bapt. at Sandford St. Martin, co. Oxford, 1 7 
February 170^ ; marr. at Kiddington, co. Oxford, 
24 July 1735, marriage settlements dated 18 
July; died 28 December 1769, bur. at Enstone 
I January 1770. M.I. 



^, 



/c^ 




Nicholas Marshall= 
of Enstone,esquire ; 
bapt. at Enstone 8 
September 1736 ; 
executor to his 
father 2 June 
1764 ; D.L. for 
CO. Oxford ; died, 
aged 55, 28 Octo- 
ber, bur. at Enstone 
3 November 1791. 
M.I. 



MuJk^cu 



=Eleanor Coxwell, dau. of John Coxwell of 
Ablington House, co. Gloucester, esquire, 
and Mary (Westmacott) his wife ; born at 
Ablington 19 February, bapt. at Bibury, co. 
Gloucester, 8 March 174!; marr. there 28 
November 1765, marriage settlements dated 
26 November ; died, aged 87, 8 March, bur. 
at Enstone 16 March 1832. M.I. Will 
dated 7 April 1827, proved 6 April 1832 
(P.C.C. 239 Tenterden). 



'^ao*^rr "/^tUc^^.^^^C^ 




Rev. Edward Marshall, 
Vicar of Fordington, co. 
Dorset ; bapt. at Enstone 
2 July 1739 ; of Pembroke 
College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 6 November 1756; 
B.A. 1760 ; Fellow of 
Oriel, M.A. i 763 ; Vicar of 
Fordington : died 18 Sep- 
tember, bur. at Enstone 
26 September 1798. M.I. 
Will dated 17 March 1798, 
proved 21 November 1798 
(P.C.C. 728 Walpole). 




dt^^ 




24 



I 

Stephen Marshall, born lo July, bapt. at Enstone, co. Oxford, 15 July 1705 ; buried at 
Shilton, CO. Oxford, 18 August 1723. 



Rev. Nicholas Marshall- Hacker, born 
and bapt. at Enstone 15 March 1768 ; 
of St. Alban Hall, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 14 December 1789, B.A. 1793; 
Vicar of Kiddington 15 December 
1821 ; administrator to his brother 
Walter Long 19 August 1805 ; 
assumed by Royal Licence dated 30 
November 18 19, the additional name 
of Hacker; died 11 March, bur. at 
Enstone 17 March 1827. M.L Will 
dated 27 March 1824, proved 19 
April 1827 (P.C.C. 237 Heber). 



Rev. Thomas Oakley, Vicar= 
of Charlbury, co. Oxford ; 
born I November 1769 ; of 
Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 26 April 1787, 
B.A. 1791 ; M.A. 1801 ; 
died 27 April, bur. at 
Enstone 3 May 1853. M.L 
Will dated 20 April 1853, 
proved at Oxford 20 May 
1853- 



=Esther, born 4 July, bapt. 
at Enstone 6 July 1772 ; 
marr. at Charlbury 5 Feb- 
ruary 1833, marriage settle- 
ments dated 31 January; 
executrix to her husband 
20 May 1853 ; died, aged 
89, at Enstone, 10 Septem- 
ber, bur. there 14 Sep- 
tember 1 86 1. Will dated 
10 March 1846, proved at 
Oxford 30 January 1862. 



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Priscilla Churchill, dau.=Rev. Edward Marshall-Hacker of Enstone,= 
of Samuel Churchill of Sandford St. Martin, and of Iffley, all 
of Deddington, co. Ox- co. Oxford ; bapt. at Enstone 29 March 
ford, and Priscilla his 1774; of Worcester College, Oxford, ma- 
wife; bapt. at Dedding- triculated 21 May 1792, B.A. 1796; Fellow 
ton 3 November 1774; of Oriel 1798; M.A. 1799; Curate of 
married there 21 June Great Rollright, co. Oxford, 20 December 
1803; died 12 August, 1795; Perpetual Curate-of Iffley 19 De- 
buried at Enstone 18 cember 1819, and of .Sandford St. Martin 
August 1804. ist wife. 16 March 1835 ; assumed by Royal 
Licence dated 31 May 1827, the additional 
name of Hacker ; Lord of the Manor 
and Patron of Sandford St. Martin ; died, aged 64, at Iffley, 3 1 

January, bur. there 7 February 1839. Will dated 

8 September 1838, proved 5 April 1839 (P.C.C. (fy3L SL Y\ 
225 Vaitghan). '" ^1"* «**»- 



tiU- ^c.<^^c.eC Jf^t^'^-0^^ 




=Mary Anne Burton, dau. 
of the Rev. James Burton, 
D.D., Canon of Christ 
Church, Oxford, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of Robert 
Jenner, D.C.L., Regius 
Professor of Civil Law 
at Oxford ; bapt. at 
Iffley 27 May 1781 ; 
marr. at St. Peter's-in-the- 
East, Oxford, 29 No- 
vember 1 8 14, marriage 
settlements dated 2 2 Sep- 
tember ; executrix to her 
husband 5 April 1839 ; 
died at Iffley 28 April, 
bur. there 3 May 1856. 
Will dated 26 January 
1855, proved 3 July 
1856 (P.C.C. 568, 56). 
2nd wife. 



{For issue see " Visitation 0/ Engiiutd and IJ'a/es," Vol. XV., page p/.) 



as 



Rev. Francis Marshall, Rector of Thornton, co. Buckingham ; born 28 May, bapt. at 
Enstone, co. Oxford, 2 June 1709 ; of University College, Oxford, matriculated 
17 December 1730, B.A. 1734; Rector of Thornton 15 May 1747; bur. at Thornton 24 
September 1761. 



Walter Long Marshall of 
Chipping Norton, co. Ox- 
ford, surgeon ; bom and 
bapt. at Enstone 4 May 
1779; died 4 April, bur. 
at Enstone 11 April 1805. 
M.I. Administration was 
granted 19 August 1805 
(Cons : of Oxford). 



Rev. William Loggin, Rector and Patron of= 
Long Marston, co. Gloucester ; of Worcester 
College, Oxford, matriculated 15 December 
1795, aged 18, B.A. (from Corpus Christi 
College, Cambridge) 1809 ; Rector of Long 
Marston September 1808, and of Woolfardis- 
worthy, co. Devon, 1830; died, aged 54, at 
Islington, co. Middlesex, 28 April 1831. 



=Mary, born 13 April, 
bapt. at Enstone 29 
May 1781 ; marr. at 
Enstone 4 Septem- 
ber 1800 ; died at 
Enstone 20 October, 
bur. there 26 October 
1808. M.L 



A 



Marshall. 

[Vol. 15, p. 97.] 



Deeds relating to the Marshall Family. 



Indenture made 13 April 1653 between (i) the Rt. Hon'''^ Sir Thomas Pope, 
Baronet and Earl of Downe in Ireland, Edward Twyford of Burford, co. Oxford, 
gent, and Lancelot Grandger of Witney, co. Oxford, gent, (2) Ralph Marshall the 
younger, of Chawford, co. Oxford, yeoman. 

Grant of messuages, lands, etc., in Enstone, co. Oxford, in the occupation of 
widow Marshall granted heretofore by copy of Court Roll by the said Earl of 
Downe, Lord of the Manor of Enstone, to Nicholas Marshall, deceased, and his 
son Nicholas Marshall. 

Signatures : Downe, Edwarde Twyforde, La. Grandger. 

Witnesses : John Crispe, George Peters, E. Bostock. 

[Enrolled in Chancery 25 June 1653.] 



Indenture made 5 November 1656 between (i) William Saunders of Enstone, 
CO. Oxford, yeoman, (2) Raphe Marshall the elder of Little Tew, co. Oxford, 
yeoman, and his grandson Gamaliel Marshall of Little Tew, yeoman. 

Lease for a year of a messuage, etc., at ("hurch Enstone in Enstone heretofore 
in the tenure of Nicholas Dorton, clerk, and afterward.s of Thomas Busby of 
Enstone, yeoman, and various closes and pastures in Enstone (adjoining to two closes 
of Elizabeth Marshall of Enstone, widow), to the use of the said Gamaliel Mar.shall. 

Signature : . . . ers. 

Witnesses : John Halloway, the elder, Richard Holloway, Nicholas Marshall. 



26 



Indenture made i October 1658 between (i) Ralph Marshall the younger Marshall, 
of Chawford, co. Oxford, yeoman, and Anne his wife, (2) Thomas Loggin of Little ry^| ,c „ g, -i 
Tew, CO. Oxford, gent, and William Lord the younger of Bledington, co. Gloucester, 
gent, (3) Ralph Marshall the elder of Little Tew, yeoman. 

Agreement to acknowledge a fine on lands, etc. in Enstone in the occupation 
of Elizabeth Marshall, widow, to the use of Ralph Marshall the elder for life then 
to the use of his grandson Nicholas Marshall provided he pay to his brother 
Stephen Marshall 100' within one year of the death of his said grandfather and 
100' to his brother Gamaliel Marshall within two years. 

Signature : Thomas Loggin. 

Witnesses : John Crispe, Matt. Huntly. 



Indenture made 27 October 1663 between (i) Ralph Marshall of Little Tew, 
yeoman, and his grandson Nicholas Marshall of Church Enstone, co. Oxford, 
yeoman, (2) Edmund Matts of Whitchurch, co. Buckingham, yeoman, and William 
Saunders of Church Enstone, yeoman. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between the said Nicholas Marshall 
and Martha Matts, spinster, sister of the said Edmund Matts and of the sum of 
350' as the marriage portion of the said Martha, Ralph Marshall and Nicholas 
Marshall grant to Edmund Matts and William Saunders messuages, lands, etc., 
in Enstone in the occupation of the said Nicholas and his mother Elizabeth 
Marshall, widow, to the use of the said Nicholas for life then to his heirs by the 
said Martha ; and also other lands in Enstone in the occupation of Thomas Busby 
to the said Nicholas for life then to the said Martha for life for her jointure 
and then to their heirs ; saving the rights of Elizabeth Marshall under lease made 
23 October 1663 to the lands in her occupation. 

Signatures : Edm : Matts, William Saunders. 

Witnesses : John Crispe, John Crispe, jun', Nicholas Busby. 



Indenture made 13 December 1701, between (i) Nicholas Marshall of 
Church Enstone, co. Oxford, gent, and his only son and heir apparent Stephen 
Marshall of the same, gent, (2) Francis Knapp of Shilton, co. Berks, gent, and 
Thomas Dennett of Spelsbury, co. Oxford, gent, and (3) Mary Knapp, a daughter 
of the said Francis. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Stephen Marshall and 
Mary Knapp and of the sum of jQtoo as marriage portion of the said Mary, 
Nicholas and Stephen Marshall grant to Francis Knapp and Thomas Dennett 
their farmhouse and some six yards and one half yard land etc. in Church Enstone, 
in part to the use of the said Stephen for life, and then to the use of the said 
Mary for life by way of dower, the remainder (with exception of certain closes 
reserved to the use of Nicholas Marshall) to the use of the said Stephen and 
his heirs ; with the proviso that if the said Mary in right of widowhood under the 
custom of the Manor of Little Tew come into possession of certain copyhold 
lands in Little Tew, she is to make a surrender of these to such uses as the next 
heir may demand. 

Signatures : Nicholas Marshall, Stephen Marshall. 



j;y?>^^ Jie^cJ^ 




Witnesses : Eliza Marshall, Mary Marshall, Jo. Knapp. 



Marshall. Indenture made i8 July 1735, between (i) Mary Marshall of Church Enstone, 

[Vol. 15, p. 97.] CO. O.xford, widow of Stephen Marshall late of the same, gent, deceased, and 
Nicholas Marshall of the same, gent, son and heir of the said Stephen Marshall, 
(2) Joseph Taylor of Sandford, co. O.xford, esq., and John Marshall of Little Tew, 
CO. Oxford, gent, and (3) Hester Taylor of Sandford, spinster, sister of the said 
Joseph Taylor. 

In consideration of an intended marriage between Nicholas Marshall and 
Hester Taylor, and of ;^i2oo as marriage portion of the said Hester, Mary 
and Nicholas Marshall grant all their lands in Church Enstone to the use of 
the said Nicholas for Hfe, then to the use of the said Hester for life, then to 
their heirs ; and it is agreed that ;!{^4oo of the portion of the said Hester shall be 
her absolute property not subject to the control of her husband. 

Signatures : Mary Marshall, Nicholas Marshall, Jos. Taylor, Hester Taylor. 



C^. 






Witnesses : Edw^ Ryves, Edw'' Ryves, jun^ 



Indenture made 26 November 1765, between (i) Nicholas Marshall of 
Enstone, co. Oxford, gent (eldest son and heir of Nicholas Marshall late of Enstone, 
gent, deceased, eldest son and heir of Stephen Marshall deceased, eldest son 
and heir of Nicholas Marshall the elder, long since deceased), (2) Charles 
Coxwell of Ablington in Bibury, co. Gloucester, clerk, and Charles Page of 
Northleche, co. Gloucester, clerk, (3) Eleanor Co.xwell of Ablington, spinster, 
daughter of John Coxwell, late of Ablington, esq., deceased, and sister of the said 
Charles Coxwell. 

Nicholas Marshall in consideration of his intended marriage with Eleanor 
Coxwell grants un'o Charles Coxwell and Charles Page his messuage, lands, etc., 
in Enstone in trust to the use of the said Nicholas and Eleanor for life then to 
the use of their heirs. 

Signatures : (and seal) Nicholas Marshall, (and seal), Charles Coxwell, Charles 
Page (& seal) Eleanor Coxwell. 




^a^>*^rr ~/aiZ^-B^^^ 



Witnesses : Lionel Kirkham, Rob' Stevens. 



Abstracts of orighial deeds in the possession of 
Edward Ralph Marshall of Rugby.— Y. A. C. 



28 



Pedigree of AskiuitJi. 



Askwith. 

[Vol. IS, p. 105.] 



William Askwith of Ripon,= 
CO. York (son of John 
Askwith of Ripon) ; brewur ; 
died, aged 43, bur. at Ripon 
7 January i72f. M.I. Will 
dated 27 November 1723, 
proved at York 9 March 
i72f (Vol. 77, fo. 389). 



=Rebecca Bradley, dau. of 
John Bradley of Farnley, 
CO. York ; marr. at Ripon 
23 March 170^; executrix 
to her husband 9 March 
i72f ; died, aged 98, 28 
December . . . , buried at 
Ripon. M.I. 



Simon Shackleton=j=Alice, born 4 John Askwith of Ripon, miller ;=f=Elizabeth Elsworth, 



of Ripon. 



April, bapt. 
at Ripon 3 
May 1707. 



A 



bapt. at Ripon 26 April 1709 ; 
mentioned in his father's will 27 
November 1723. Will dated 18 
March 174!^ ; proved i April 1758 
(Vol. 102, fo. 217). ^ 



of Durnforth, co. 
York; bur. at Ripon 
2 May 1736. 



Anne Atkinson, dau.= 
of Robert Atkinson 
of Gwendale, co. 
York ; marr. 4 De- 
cember 1735 ; bur. 
at Ripon 15 January 



i75i 



I St wife. 



=William Askwith of Ripon, Alder-=Jane Smith, dau.=Elizabeth, men- 
man of Ripon ; born 30 August, of James Smith tioned in her 
bapt. at Ripon 20 September 17 12 ; of Northallerton, husband's will 
Mayor of Ripon 1758 and 1769; co. York. 2nd 
bur. at Ripon 23 June 1776. M.I. wife. 
Will dated 3 May and 9 May 
1775, proved at York 9 December 
1776 (Vol. 120, fo. 444). 



9 May 1775 ; 
living 2 1 May 
1779. 3rd wife. 



John Haddon=Alice, bapt. at 
of Ripon, inn- Ripon 15 July 



holder ; died, 
aged 48, 1 5 
June 1780, bur. 
at Ripon. 



1738; died 14 
October, bur. 
at Ripon 18 
October 181 1. 



William Askwith of= 
Ripon ; bapt. at 
Ripon 2 2 September 
1 740 ; executor to 
his father 9 Decem- 
ber 1776, and to his 
brother 12 Novem- 
ber 1779; Mayor 
1781 ; bur. at Ripon 
28 January 181 5. 



=Jane Handley, dau. 
of Peter Handley 
of Howsike, Bishop- 
dale, co. York ; born 
17 January 1751 ; 
marr. 10 February 
1777; died at York 
24 September, bur. 
at Ripon 29 Sep- 
tember 1 84 1. 



Robert Askwith of 
Ripon, attorney ; 
bapt. at Ripon 16 
August 1745; died 
9 July 1779. Will 
dated 2 1 May 1 7 79, 
proved at York 1 2 
November 1779 
(Vol.123, fo. 167). 



Matthew Thomas=i=Jane, bapt. at Ripon 



Trigg of Hull, CO. 
York, merchant. 



28 November 1777 ; 
marr. 1 5 October 
1805 ; died at Drif- 
field, CO. York, 29 
October 1869. 



Anne Askwith, born 2 
February, bapt. at 
Ripon 5 March 1779; 
died 18 October 1809, 
bur. at Ripon. 



William Askwith of the 
City of London, surgeon ; 
born 12 March 1780; 
died 28 May 1803, bur. 
at Ripon. 



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^9 



John Haddon Askwith of Pickhill=f=Catherine Harrison, dau. of William Harrison of Ripon, 



and of Old Sleningford Hall, both 
CO. York ; born 1 1 February, bapt. 
at Ripon, co. York, 13 March 
1782; died 28 May 1824, bur. at 
PickhiU. 



M.D., F.R.S., by Catherine his wife, dau. of Henry 
Atkinson, Town Clerk of Ripon; born 26 July, bapt. at 
Ripon 30 July 1792 ; marr. there 15 October 1810; died 
II January 1824, bur. at PickhiU. 



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{J^or issue see " Visitation of England attd IVa/es,' 
Vol. XV., page loj.) 



George Omsby of The Lodge,= 
Lanchester, Darlington, co. Durham; 
born at Darlington 6 October 1772 ; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Durham; died 
at The Lodge, Lanchester, 8 August 
1823, bur. at Lanchester. 



^Margaret, born 19 William Taylor 
September 1783; of Hull, co. 
marr. 5 May 1808 ; York, 
died at Darlington 
21 December 1853, 
bur. at Lanchester. 



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=Alice, born 14 
September 1785 ; 
marr. 13 June 
1805 ; died at 
Bristol 1 1 No- 
vember 1872. 



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Eliza Susannah Ask- Robert Askwith, born 

with, born 28 March 24 May, bapt. at 

1787 ; died 12 Sep- Ripon 15 June 1789; 

tember 1852, bur. at drowned at sea 12 

York. October 18 10. 



George Greenwell=j=Mary,born 9 September, bapt. 



of Upper House, 
CO. Durham. 



at Ripon 13 September 1791 ; 
died at Horton Parsonage, co. 
Northumberland, i July, bur. 
at Horton 5 July 1865. 



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30 



Pedigree of Mason. 



William Mason of Queniborough, co.=^Alice Thorpe, marr. at 



Leicester, husbandman. Will dated 
8 May 1610, proved at Leicester 
29 April 161 2. 



Queniborough 2 Novem- 
ber 1571 ; executrix to her 
husband 29 April 161 2. 



Mason. 

[Vol. IS, p. 132.] 



Thomas Mason of= 
Queniborough, yeo- 
man ; executor to his 
father 29 April 161 2 
and to his brother 12 
November 1625. Will 
dated 12 July 1668, 
proved at Leicester 
IS . . . 1668. 



=Goodith Feilding, 
marr. at Queni- 
borough 10 July 
1626; living 12 
July 1668. 



Richard Mason of 
Queniborough, hus- 
bandman ; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 8 May i6io. 
Will dated 26 Octo- 
ber 1625, proved at 
Leicester 1 2 No- 
vember 1625. 



Alice, mentioned Other 
in her father's issue, 
will 8 May 161 o. 



Thomas Mason=Alice, bur. 
of Queniborough ; at Queni- 
mentioned in his borough 8 
father's will 12 July April 1 701. 
1668 ; died in De- 
cember 1698, bur. 
at Queniborough. 



William Mason of=j=Anne (? Burbage), Alice, mentioned 
Queniborough, yeo- 
man ; executor to his 
father 15 . . . 1668 ; 
died . . . September 
1705, bur. at Queni- 
borough. M.L Will 
dated 23 August 1705, 
proved at Leicester 2 2 
September 1705. 



died, aged 75, 20 
August 1 72 1, bur. 
at Queniborough. 
M.L Will dated 
7 August 1 72 1, 
proved at Leicester 
2 September 1721. 



m her father's 
will I 2 July 1668 ; 
married Thomas 
Whattoph, living 
12 July 1668. 

I 



William Mason of= 
Queniborough, yeo- 
man ; executor to his 
father 22 September 
1705. Will dated 
22 November 1731, 
proved at Leicester 
19 February 173^. 



Jane Franck, dau. of the 
Rev. . . Franck, Vicar 
of Queniborough ; marr. 
there 25 November 
171 1 ; executrix to her 
husband 19 February 
i73i; died, aged 79, 
9 May 1764, bur. at 
Queniborough. M.L 



Rryan Mason of Billesdon,=Lucy Burton, 
CO. Leicester ; mentioned in of Billesdon ; 
the wills of his father 23 her marriage 
August 1705, and of his licence (Lei- 
brother William 22 Novem- cester) dated 
ber 1731. 1710. 



John Mason of Queniborough,=j= Elizabeth Harrison, Anne, mentioned in Mary, mentioned 



yeoman ; named executor to his 
father 22 November 1731 ; 
died, aged 61, 22 May 1772, 
bur. at Queniborough. M.L 
Will dated 31 March 1772, 
proved at Leicester 5 June 1773. 



marr. at St. Mar- her father's will 22 in her father's 

garet's, Leicester, 8 November 1731 ; will 22 Novem- 

Mayi734; died in (?) marr. in Queni- ber 1 731. 

i757,bur. atQueni- borough in May 1734, 

borough. Thomas Jesson. 



Elizabeth, bapt. at Queni- Anne, bapt. at Queniborough William Mason, bapt. at Queni- 
borough . . . 1734; died in . . . 1737; living 31 March borough . . . 1739; died in 
infancy.bur. at Queniborough. 1772; married . . . Spencer. infancy, bur. at Queniborough. 



31 



John Mason, mentioned 
in his father's will 23 
August 1705. 



. I 

Thomas Mason, mentioned in his 
father's will 23 August 1705; 
married before i August 1721. 



Anne, married before 23 
August 1705 . . . Green. 



Mary, bapt. at Queniborough, 
CO. Leicester, . . . 1742 ; 
died in infancy, buried at 
Queniborough. 



Martha, bapt. at Queniborough 
. . . 1744; living 31 March 
1772; marr. there 10 November 
1 77 1, William Turner of Gar- 
thorpe, CO. Leicester. 



Margaret, bapt. at Queni- 
borough ... 1 747 ; 
living 31 March 1772. 



.1. . II.. 

William Mason of Ipswich, =j=Susanna Seaman, dau. Jane (twin with William), bapt. at 

CO. Suffolk (twin with Jane) ; I of Robert Seaman of Queniborough 16 April 1750; living 

bapt. at Queniborough 16 | Mendlesham, co. Suffolk ; 31 March 1772. 

April 1750; executor to his died, aged 71, at Cauldwell 

father 5 June 1773 ; died. Hall, 7 January 1832, bur. 

aged 69, at Cauldwell Hall, at Rushmere. M.L 

Ipswich, 21 January 1820, 



bur. at Rushmere, co. Suffolk. 
M.I. 



John Mason, bapt. at Queniborough 
5 October 1753; bur. there in 
1755- 



William Mason, bapt. at Wethering-=f=Sarah Wripshaw, John Rivers of=f=Anne Maria, born 



sett, CO. Suffolk, 10 March 1776; | died 17 June Cauldwell Hall, 



died, aged 72, 12 October 1848, 
bur. at St. Nicholas', Ipswich. 



1842. 



Ipswich ; died, 
aged 56, 4 Au- 
gust 1827. 



Simon Batley Jackaman, Coroner=Sarah Anne, marr. 
for Ipswich ; died, aged 74, 6 at St. Peter's, 
March, bur. in the cemetery at Ipswich, 6 May 
Ipswich II March 1875. 1824. 



at Wickham Market, 
CO. Suffolk, 15 No- 
vember 1777 ; died, 
aged 88, 1 1 August, 
bur. at Rushmere, 
CO. Suffolk, 1 7 August 
1866. 



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Margaret, married 
before 23 August 
1705 . . . Tyers. 



Mary, mentioned in her father's 
will 23 August 1705; executrix 
to her mother 2 September 
1721. 



Elizabeth, mentioned in her father's 
will 23 August 1705; executrix to her 
mother 2 September 1721. 



John Mason, born at= 
Wickham Market, co. 
Suffolk, 4 June 1779; 
died at Stanton, co. 
Suffolk, 30 December 
185 1, bur. at Keninghall, 
CO. Norfolk. 



Rev. Thomas Mason, Vicar of=T=Juliet Jones, of Eye, 



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Culpho, CO. Suffolk ; born at 
Wickham Market 25 February 
1781 ; Vicar of Culpho 26 May 
1840; died at Carr Street, 
Ipswich, CO. Suffolk, 27 Decem- 
ber 1859, bur. in the cemetery 
at Ipswich 2 January i860. M.I. 



CO. Suffolk ; marr. 27 
Decemberi8o6; died, 
aged 83, 12 April 1 864. 
M.I. 



Elizabeth Admiral Thomas Henry Mason, C.B. ; entered the Navy 7 Anne Maria 

Mason. November 1822; Lieutenant 21 July 1837; as commander of the Mason, born 

"Algerine"he distinguished himself at the capture of Chusan in 16 August 

July 1840, and the attacks on Canton in March 1841 and May 1812; died 5 

1842, and was promoted Commander for his services 8 June 1841 ; August 1889, 

Captain 1849; Rear-Admiral 2 April 1866; Vice-Admiral (retired) bur. in the 

1873; Admiral 21 March 1878; C.B. 29 May 1875; granted a cemetery at 

Greenwich Hospital Pension 1894 ; died, aged 88, at Algerine Ipswich. M.I. 
Cottage, Ipswich, 20 February 1900, bur. in the cemetery at 
Ipswich. M.I. 



Rev. John Sidney Boucher, born at Chester in 1822 ; educated=Caroline, marr. Ellen yMason, 

at Sedbergh and at St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar of at St. Margaret's, bom 23 April 

St. John's ; B.A. 1845; M.A. 1850; Master at Radley 1849 ; Ipswich, 14 June 1819 ; died, 

Head Master St. Paul's Grammar School, Knightsbridge, 1851. aged 59, 20 

London, 1852 ; 2nd Master King's School, Warwick, 1855 ; May, bur. in 

Head Master Hamilton School, Birkenhead, 1857; Principal the cemetery 

North Wales Training College, Carnarvon, 1865 ; Rector of at Ipswich 24 

Gedding, co. Suffolk, 1884-95 ; died at 40 Berners Street, Mayi878. M.I. 
Ipswich, 27 IMarch 1898. 



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George Mason of Ipswich, co. Suffolk ; born at= 
Wickham Market, co. Suffolk, 12 December 
1782, bapt. there 10 March 1783; died 2 
January 1865, bur. in the cemetery at Ipswich. 
M.I. Will dated 19 December 1S64, proved at 
IpsNvich 20 February 1865. 



■Elizabeth Forty, only child of Richard Forty 
of Stowe, CO. Gloucester ; born in London 26 
January 1789; marr. 18 April 1809; died at 
Felixstowe, co. Suffolk, 16 October 1884, 
bur. in the cemetery at Ipswich. M.I. 



A 

{For issue see " Visitation of England and JVales," 
Vol. XV., page ij2.) 



Robert Mason, born at 
Wickham Market 1 5 
November 1784; bur. 
there 15 April 1785. 



Susan Mason, born at 
Wickham Market 16 
March 1786, died 3 
June, bur. there 6 June 
following. 



Robert Mason, born at Hales-= 
worth, CO. Suffolk, 1 1 Novem- 
ber 1790; died at Norwich 
30 August 1851. 



A 



Richard Denton Mason, C.B. ; 
Fleet Surgeon Royal Navy, Assis- 
tant Surgeon 25 November 1837 ; 
Surgeon 1844 ; Inspector -General 
of Hospitals ; wounded at the siege 
of Sebastopol ; Crimea medals of 
1854 and 185s ; Chinese medal 
1857; Government Service Pension 
1889; C.B. 17 June 1871 ; died at 
Ipswich 23 November 1894. 



Ale.xander Rev. John Chalniers,= 

Mason. Minister of Newtyle, 

CO. Forfar. 



=Emily Rose, 
marr. at St. 
Margaret's, 
Ipswich, 30 
April 1862. 



Agnes. 



34 



Pedigree of Rudge. 



Rudge. 

[Vol. 15, p. 145.] 



Katherine Roberts, =j=Thoma.s Rudge of Evesham,=f Anne, executrix to her husband 24 



marr. at All Saints', 
Evesham, co. Wor- 
cester, 25 June 
1556. ist wife. 



chandler ; bur. at St. Law- 
rence', Evesham, 31 July 
1599. Will dated 31 May 
1594, proved at Worcester 
24 June 1600. 



June 1600; bur. at St. Lawrence', 
Evesham, 7 May 1622. \Vill dated 
1 1 July 1 62 1, proved at Worcester 
16 October 1622. 2nd wife. 



/N 



i^For issue see page 40). 



Arthur Rudge, bur. at 
Evesham, 22 July 1557. 



St. Lawrence', 



Margaret Rudge, bapt. at St. Lawrence', 
Evesham, 7 April 1561 ; (?) marr. at 
Bengeworth, co. Worcester, 20 November 
1 59 1, John Darke. 



Thomas Rudge of Bengeworth,^ 
chandler ; bapt. at St. Law- 
rence', Evesham, 25 August 
1562 ; mentioned in his father's 
will 31 May 1594. Will dated 
7 May 1623, proved at Worcester 
21 June 1623. 



=Alice Haye, marr. 
at St. Lawrence', 
Evesham, 23 Jan- 
uary 158^ ; bur. at 
Bengeworth 8 April 
1615. 



Edward Rudge of All Hallows', Bread= 
Street, London, Citizen and Salter, 
Alderman of London ; mentioned in 
wills of his grandfather 31 May 1594, 
and of his father 7 May 1623 ; Sheriff 
1637; Master of the Salters' Company 
1638; Alderman of Castle Baynard 
Ward 18 September 1638 ; bur. in the 
chancel of All Hallows', Bread Street, 
London, 16 December 1640. Will dated 
17 November 1640, proved 19 December 
1640 (P.C.C. 162 Coventry). He marr. 
2ndly Bridget, dau. of John Sadler. 



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=Mary Sharpe, 
dau. and coheir 
of John Sharpe 
of Lawrence 
Waltham, co. 
Berks ; bur. in 
All Hallows', 
Bread Street, 
London, 3 June 
1634. 



William Rudge of All= 
Saints', Evesham; 
bapt. at Bengeworth 
3 May 1592 ; men- 
tioned in his grand- 
father's will 31 May 
1 594 ; executor to his 
father 21 June 1623 ; 
bur. at All Saints', 
Evesham, 1 7 May 
1635. Will dated 13 
May 1635, proved at 
Worcester 30 June 
1635- 



=Anne Har- 
wood, execu- 
trix to her 
husband 30 
June 1635; 
bur. at All 
Saints', Eve- 
sham, I No- 
vember 1669. 



Anne, bur. at=r= William Rudge of Evesham,=pjane Diston, dau. of Anthony Diston of Evesham; 



All Saints', 
Evesham, 5 
April 1657. 
1st wife. 



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chandler ; mentioned in his 
father's will 13 May 1635 ; 
bur. at All Saints', Evesham, 
13 May 1670. Will dated 4 
^Iay 1670, proved 2 June 
167 1 by William Rudge, son 
(P.C.C. 81 Duke). 



bapt. at All Saints', Evesham, 21 October 1640; 
marriage settlements dated 14 October 1662; 
bur. at Bengeworth 9 February i68i. Will dated 
23 March 168^, proved at Worcester 11 May 
1682. She married istly . . . Woodward. 
2nd wife. 



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35 



John !\Iarshall=j=Joyce, bapt. at St. Lawrence', Evesham, Thomas Adams, =j=Margery, bapt. at 



of Littleton, CO. 
Worcester. 



CO. Worcester, 2 December 1563 ; marr. mentioned inwil 
at Benge worth, co. Worcester, 18 Feb- of Thomas Rudge 
ruary isf^o ; mentioned in will of her 31 May 1594. 
father 31 May 1594; living 11 July 
1621. 



A 



St. Lawrence', 
Evesham, 22 
March 156I ; 
marr. there 23 
November 1587. 



A 



John Rudge, bapt. at All Saints', Evesham, = 
7 October 1627 ; mentioned in his father's 
will 13 May 1635 ; bur. at All Saints', 
Evesham, 24 August 1662. Administration 
granted 10 January i66| (P.C.C.) 



■Elizabeth, administratrix to her husband 10 
January i66f ; bur. at All Saints', Evesham, 
2 June 1698. Administration granted at 
Worcester 24 September 1698. 



cember 1660 ; bur. 
there 28 May 1679. 



Elizabeth Rudge, John Rudge of Evesham,= 
bapt. at All Saints', gent ; bapt. at All Saints', 
Evesham, 28 De- Evesham, 8 March i66|; 
administrator to his mother 
24 September 1698 ; died 
6 March, bur. at All 
Saints', Evesham, 8 March 
170^. M.L Will dated 
5 March i7o|^, proved 
at Worcester 1 1 May 
1702. 



=Dorothy Cave, dau. of Richard Cave of 
Evesham, Chamberlain of Evesham, by Anne 
his wife, dau. of John Hunt of Parkhall, co. 
Worcester, gent ; bapt. at St. Lawrence', 
Evesham, 5 October 1662; executrix to her 
husband 11 May 1702; administratrix to her 
son John 25 October 1716; died, aged 54, 
I December, bur. at All Saints', Evesham, 
5 December 17 16. M.L Will dated 29 
November 17 16, proved at Worcester 28 June 
1717. 



John Rudge of 
Evesham, gent ; 
bapt. at All 
Saints', Evesham, 
26 May 1692. 
Administration 
granted at Wor- 
cester 25 October 
1716. 



Rev. Richard Rudge, Vicar of 
Fobbing, co. Essex ; bapt. at All 
Saints', Evesham, 28 August 1695 ; 
of Christ Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 18 November 17 10, aged 15, 
B.A. 1714; M.A. 1717; Vicar of 
Staverton, co. Northampton, 1722; 
Rector of Ramsden Grays, co. Essex, 
8 August 1723; Vicar of Fobbing 
13 February 1729; executor to his 
mother 28 June 1717, and to his 
brother Adam 10 May 1732; died 
before 15 March 17^. 



Elizabeth Rudge, 
bur. at All Saints', 
Evesham, 1 1 June 
1697. 



Adam Rudge of St. 
Leonard's, Shore- 
ditch, CO. Middle- 
sex, distiller ; men- 
tioned in his 
mother's will 29 
November 1 7 1 6 ; 
bur. at Ramsden 
Crays. Will dated 30 
July 1 73 1, proved 10 
May 1732 (P.C.C. 
147 Bedford). 



Edward Rudge of Evesham, gent ; bapt. at=Mary, administratrix to her 

All Saints', Evesham, 8 January 1705; husband 24 April 1732; 

mentioned in wills of his mother 29 Novem- bur. at Feckenham, co. 

ber 1716, and of his brother Adam 30 July AVorcester. Will dated 12 

1731; bur. at All Saints', Evesham, 17 June 175 1, proved at Wor- 

^iarch 1735. Administration was granted cester 2 November 1755. 
at Worcester 24 April 1732. 



Benjamin Rudge, 
bapt. at All Saints', 
Evesham, 5 Sep- 
tember 1 701 ; died 
29 September, bur. 
there i October 
1704. M.L 



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Edward Rudge of St. Andrew's,= 
Undershaft, London, merchant ; 
bapt. at All Saints', Evesham, 23 
May 1630; mentioned in wills of 
his father 13 May 1635, and of 
his uncle Edward 1 7 November 
1640 ; M.P. for Evesham 17 
February 168", and 27 February 
i6f § ; died in October 1696. 
Will dated 12 September 1696, 
proved 12 October 1696 (P.C.C. 
211 Bond). 



=Susanna Dethick, dau. of Sir 
John Dethick of London, 
knight, by Martha his wife, 
dau. of Edward Travers of 
London, merchant ; marriage 
licence (Faculty) dated 21 May 
1663, then aged 22 ; died, 
aged 76, bur. in St. An- 
drew's, Undershaft, London, 30 
December 1715. 



Mary, bapt. at All Saints', 
Evesham, i6 December 
1632 ; mentioned in will 
of her father 13 May 1635. 



Alice, mentioned in wills 
of her grandfather 7 May 
1623, and of her father 
13 May 1635. 



I 



John Lacy of Tottenham High Cross, co.=f=Susanna, born 31 Edward Rudge, born 22 



Middlesex ; mentioned in will of John Rudge 
20 April 1737. 



June 1667; marr. September 1668 ; died 17 
I May 1688. May 1673. 



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John Rudge of Mark Lane, London, merchant ; born at= 
Tottenham, co. Middlesex, 15 October 1669 ; Director of the 
Bank of England 1699 ; Deputy-Governor of the South Sea 
Company; M.P. for Evesham 11 March 169I to November 
1701 and 22 July 1702 to April 1734 ; executor to his father 
12 October 1696 ; died 22 March i7f^, bur. at Wheatfield, 
CO. Oxford. Will dated 20 and 21 April 1737, and 4 March 
i7fg, proved 6 March 174^ (P.C.C. 89 Browne). 



=Susanna Lettin, dau. and heir 
of John Lettin, by Susanna his 
wife, dau. and coheir of Jeffery 
Rowland of Streatham, co. 
Surrey, esquire ; marr. 10 Jan- 
uary 169I ; died in March 
i70y; bur. in St. Andrew's 
Undershaft, London. 



Sir William Stanhope, K.B. (2nd=f=Susanna, bapt. 
son of Philip, 3rd Earl of at St. Helen's, 
Chesterfield) ; born 20 July 1702 ; Bishops gate, 
K.B. 27 May 1725; M.P. for London, 29 
Lostwithiel 26 January 1727^, and October 1699; 
for CO. Buckingham 16 August marr. 27 April 
1727 to April 1741, and 6 July 1721 ; died 7 
1747 to March 1768; died at October 1740. 
Sennecey, France, 7 May 1772. ist wife. 
Will dated i August 1771, 
proved 23 May 1772 (P.C.C. 195 
Taverner). He married 2ndly 
Elizabeth, dau. of John Crawley, 
Alderman of London, and 3rdly, 
Anne, sister of Sir Francis Blake 
Delaval, K.B. /1\ 



Edward Rudge of= 
Wheatfield, co. Ox- 
ford, F.R.S. ; bom 
22 October 1703 ; 
M.P. for Aylesbury 
21 February i72|-, 
and for Evesham 7 
May 1741 to April 
1754, and 23 April 
1756 ; executor to 
his father 6 March 
174" ; died 6 June 
1763. Will dated 
14 August 1756, 
proved i June 1763 
(P.C.C. jfli^Ccesar). 



=Elizabeth Howard, 
dau. and coheir of 
Matthew Howard of 
Hackney, co. Mid- 
dlesex, esquire, by 
Brittania his wife, 
dau. of Thomas 
Cole ; married 18 
April 1729, marriage 
settlements dated 1 2 
April 1729; executrix 
to her husband i 
June 1763 ; living 
31 March 1774 ; 



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Edward Rudge 
of Mark Lane, 
London. Admin- 
istration granted 
12 February 
172I (P.CC.) 



25 May 1675; 
marr. 6 Decem- 
ber 1694 ; died 8 
September 1724. 



Rt. Hon'''^ Sir Robert Eyre, Chief Justice of the Coinmon=pElizabeth, born 

Pleas ; of Lincoln College, Oxford, matriculated 1 1 May 

1683 ; admitted to Lincoln's Inn 2 April 1683 ; barrister- 

at-law February i6f§ ; Treasurer 1709; Recorder of 

Salisbury 1696 ; M.P. for Salisbury 27 July 1698 to May 

1710; Q.C. May 1707; Solicitor- General 22 October 

1708 ; Justice of the Queen's Bench and knighted 6 May 

1 7 10; Serjeant-at-Law 12 May 17 10; Chancellor to the 

Prince of Wales 17 14; Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer 

16 November 1723 ; Chief Justice of the Common Pleas 

27 May 1725; P.C. I June 1725; died, aged 69, 28 

December 1735, b^""- '" St. Thomas', Salisbury, 7 January 

173I. Will dated 12 August 1735, proved 20 November 

1736 (P.CC. 242 Derby). {See '■Dictionary of ^''National 

Biography," Vol. XVJIL, page loi.) /\ 



Anne Rudge, of Great James' Street, 
St. Andrew's, Holborn, London ; born 6 
July 1676; died 16 December 1757. 
Will dated 9 December 1757, proved 
13 January 1758, by Mary Wightwick, 
niece (P.CC. 21 Huttoti). 



James Wightwick of= 
Lawrence Waltham, 
CO. Berks. 



=Mary, born ig September 
1678; marr. at St. Paul's 
Cathedral, London, 25 February 
i7of, marriage licence (Faculty 
Office) dated 2 2 February ; men- 
tioned in will of her brother 
John 20 April 1737. 



Martha Carter, dau.= 
of Goddard Carter 
of Alvescot, CO. Ox- 
ford, esquire, and 
Rebecca his wife ; 
died 19 May 17 12, 
bur. at Alvescot. 
M.L I St wife. 



=Rev. Benjamin Rudge, Rector of Thorn-= 
haugh, CO. Northampton ; born 16 January 
1680 ; of New College, Oxford, matriculated 
22 June 1698, B.C.L. 1705 ; Rector of 
Thornhaugh 1708, and of Eveden, co. 
Lincoln, 1723 ; died 21 April 1741. 
Will dated 30 October 1734 and 5 Au- 
gust 1736, proved 2 May 1741 (P.CC 
134 Spunvay). 



=Elizabeth Reynardson, dau. 
of Jacob Reynardson of 
Bristol, by Frances his wife, 
dau. of Francis Famaby of 
Kippington, co. Kent ; marr. 
22 April 1 7 14; executrix to 
her husband 2 May 1741 ; 
died in 1747. 2nd wife. 



Edward Rudge of Salisbury, co. Wilts, = 
and of Bath, co. Somerset ; born 1 1 
April 1717; died at Queen Square, Bath, 
28 May 1790, bur. in Salisbury Cathedral. 
Will dated 14 August 1784, proved 15 
June 1790 (P.CC 306 JBishop). 



Elizabeth Long, dau. of Walter Long of Preshaw, 
CO. Hants, by Philippa his 2nd wife, dau. of John 
Blackall of London, merchant ; marr. 19 July 
1759; executrix to her husband 15 June 1790; 
died, aged 90, 16 April 1820, bur. at Walcot 
Church, Bath. 



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John Rudge of Elstree Hill, in Edgware, co. Middlesex ;=Ann Reeve, dau. of Thomas Reeve, 



born 27 March 1724; of New College, Oxford, niatricu- 
lated 2 July 1743, B.A. 1747 ; M.A. 1750; of the Middle 
Temple, barrister-at-law 1748; died 14 March 1801. 
Will dated 18 October 1800 to 1 March i8oi, proved 
30 March 1801 (P.C.C. 199 Abercrombie). 



M.I)., by Mary his wife, sister and 
heir of Thomas CJilbert ; marr. at 
Putney, co. Surrey, 16 October 1777 ; 
died, aged 81, in Upper .Seymour 
Street, Portman Square, London, in 
January 1828. 



Rev. Benjamin Rudge, Rector of=pSarah Church, 
Wheatfield, co. Oxford ; born 8 No- dau. of the Rev. 
vember 1725 ; of University College, . . . Church 
Oxford, matriculated 31 October marr. at Pirton, 
1744; Demy of Magdalen 1746; co. Worcester, 
B.A. 1748; M.A. 1751; Rector of 19 April 1759 
Wheatfield 1750 ; executor to his living 29 June 
brother Thomas 26 September 1754; 1805. 
died 30 June 1807. Will dated 29 
June 1805 and 25 February 1806, 
proved 22 July 1807, by Frances 
Rudge, daughter (P.C.C. 615 
Lushington). A\ 



Samuel Rudge of Watlington, co. 
Oxford; born 31 October 1727; 
High Sheriff for co. Northampton 
1792; executor to his brother John 
30 March 1801 ; died 24 January 
1817. 



Thomas Rudge of Wheatfield, gent ; 
born 15 March 17!^; died in Sep- 
tember 1754. Will dated 15 September 
1754, proved 26 September 1754 
(P.C.C. 258 Pinfold). 



Anne Nouaille, only child= 
of Peter Nouaille of 
Great Ness House, co. 
Kent, by Anne his wife, 
dau. of William Woodgate 
of Summer Hill, Ton- 
bridge, CO. Kent ; marr. 28 
July 1791 ; died, aged 73, 
I September 1836, bur. at 
Evesham, co. Worcester. 
M.I. ist wife. 



=Edward Rudge of Abbey Manor House,= 
Evesham, F.R.S. ; born 27 June 1763; of 
Lincoln's Inn, admitted 10 May 1779, and of 
Queen's College, Oxford, matriculated 1 1 
October 1781; executor to his uncle John 
30 March 1801 ; J. P. for the counties of 
Middlesex and Worcester ; D.L. for co. 
Worcester, High Sheriff 1829 ; Fellow of the 
Royal Society (1805), Linnaean Society, and 
Society of Antiquaries ; author of " Plantarum 
GuianK rariorum icones et descriptiones 
hactenus ineditse " ; died at Abbey Manor 
House, Evesham, 3 September 1846, bur. at 
Evesham. {See '■^Dictionary of National 
Biography," Vol. XLIX., page 383). 



/K 



=Margaret, marr. at 
St. Marylebone, 
London, 13 May 
1 84 1 ; died, aged 72, 
at 14 Devonshire 
Place, London, 25 
February 1870. 
She married istly 
Daniel Bazalgette 
of Eastwick House, 
CO. Worcester. 2nd 
wife. 



{For issue see "Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XV., page 143). 



Rev. Benjamin Rudge of Bath, co. Somerset ; bom 19 October 
1769; of St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, matriculated 12 December 
1791 ; died 29 March 1834, bur. at Walcot Church, Bath. 



Elizabeth Rudge, died, 
aged 69, in \Vimpole 
Street, London, 10 March 
1837- 



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Katherine=f-Thomas Rudge= 
of Evesham, co. 
Worcester. 



Roberts. 



=Anne. 



{See page jj). 



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John Rudge, bapt. 
at St. Lawrence', 
Evesham, 6 De- 
cember 1569. 



John Rudge of Eve-= 
sham ; bapt. at St. 
Lawrence', Evesham, 
7 July. 1571 ; men- 
tioned in wills of his 
father 31 May 1594, 
and of his mother 1 1 
July 162 1 ; bur. at 
All Saints', Evesham, 
3 February i64f. 



A 



Arthur Rudge, bapt 
at St. Lawrence', Eve- 
sham, 1 2 March 1 5 7f ; 
mentioned in \vills of 
his father 31 May 
1594, and of his 
mother 11 July 1621. 




Ralph Rudge, 
bapt. at St. Law- 
rence', Evesham, 
30 August 1576. 



George Rudge, bapt. at=|- 
St. Lawrence', Evesham, 
30 April 1578; men- 
tioned in wills of his 
father 31 May 1594, 
and of his mother 1 1 
July 1621. 



Elizabeth, bapt. at St. Lawrence', 
Evesham, 5 October 1580; men- 
tioned in her father's will 31 May 
1594; married Richard Haye ; 
executor to Anne Rudge 16 
October 1622. 



John Harborne of=f=Mary, bapt. at St. Lawrence', 
Marston, co. Oxford, ~ 
gent ; executor to Anne 
Rudge 16 October 1622. 
Will dated 25 April 
1627, proved 5 Octo- 
ber 1627 (P.C.C. 98 
Skynner). 



Evesham, 2 February 158I; 
mentioned in her father's will 
31 May 1594 ; marr. at St. 
Lawrence', Evesham, 26 Octo- 
ber 1607 ; executrix to her 
husband 5 October 1627. 



James Rudge, bapt.= 
at St. Lawrence', 
Evesham, 24 April 
1585; mentioned in 
his father's will 31 
May 1594; died 
before 1 1 July 162 1. 



=Mary, living 
1 1 July 1 62 1. 



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40 



Pedigree of Hovenden. 



Hovenden. 

(Vol. 15, p. 1O7.] 



Thomas Hovenden=i=Mary. 
of Bordcii, CO. Kent. 



Thomas Hovenden, Elizabedi, bapt. John Hovenden of Borden,=j=Mary Newnham, marr. at 



bapt. at Borden 4 
March 167I. 



at Borden 25 
March 1678. 



yeoman ; bapt. at Borden 
23 February 167^; executor 
to his brother Joseph 
I August 1732 ; bur. at 
Borden 24 January 174^. 
Will dated 16 September 
1 74 1, proved at Canterbury 
19 February 1745. 



Boughton Monchelsea, co. 
Kent, 29 January i7oJ-; 
named executrix to her 
husband 16 September 
1741 ; bur. at Borden 12 
March 1758. 



Joseph Hovenden, men-=i=Catherine Tippit, Thomas Hovenden of Borden, =j=Sarah, died, 



tioned in wills of his 
uncle Joseph 10 Novem- 
ber 1 731, and of his father 
16 September 1741; bur. 
at Borden 24 April 1748. 



marr. at I.eed-s, cordwainer ; mentioned in wills 
CO. Kent, 7 July of his uncle Joseph 10 No- 
1746. She mar- vember 173 1, and of his father 
16 September 1741 ; died, 
aged 71, 10 October, bur. at 
Borden 15 October 1781. 
M.I. Will dated 29 August 
1 781, proved at Canterbury 
^ 16 November 1781. 



ried 2ndly John 

Newes. 



aged 64, 10 
June, bur. at 
Borden 15 
June 1781. 
M.I. 



Thomas Hovenden, = 
bapt. at Borden 3 
April 1743 ; died, 
aged 37, 26 October, 
bur. at Borden 30 
October 1780. M.I. 



=Hannah. 



William Hovenden of Borden, cord-=j=Christian, died, 



wainer ; bapt. at Borden 24 November 
1745; executor to his father 16 No- 
vember 1781 ; died, aged 78, bur. at 
Horden 18 August 1824. Will dated 
7 December 1801, administration was 
granted at Canterbury 19 October 1824. 



A 



aged 77, bur. at 
Borden 16 Sep- 
tember 1833. 



A 



Sarah Hovenden, 
(?) died before 
29 August 1781. 



Hannah, bapt. John Orpin=Martha, born 16 March, bapt. at Borden 

at Borden 3 of Borden, 25 March 1750; marr. there 21 October 

lanuary 174I. 1776, marriage licence (Canterbury) dated 

She married 19 October; bur. at Borden 18 October 

. . . Besley. 1826. 



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Elizabeth Browne, marriage=i=Joseph Hovenden of Borden ;==Elizabeth Pye, marriage 



licence {Canterbur}') dated 
1 1 June 1 7 1 5 ; died, aged 
30, 12 February, bur. at 
Borden, co. Kent, 1 7 February 
1725. M.I. ist wife. 



bapt. at Borden 6 August 1682 ; licence (Canterbury) dated 
died, aged 52, 25 July, bur. at 6 February 172I; bur. at 
Borden 27 July 1732. M.I. Will Borden 14 March i7f§. 
dated 10 November 1731, proved She married istly William 
at Canterbury i August 1732. Henneker of Borden, gent. 

2nd wife. 



I 
Joseph Hovenden, bapt. at 

Borden 1 1 August 1 7 1 5 ; 
bur. there 31 December 
1719. M.I. 



Mary Hovenden, bapt. at Borden 
23 April 171S; died 28 June, 
bur. at Borden 2 July 1731. 
M.I. 



Elizabeth Hovenden, bapt. 
at Borden 31 December 
1720; bur. there 11 De- 
cember 1722. M.I. 



John Hovenden of Borden ; executor to his=pElizabeth Huggins, married at Borden 1 1 



uncle Joseph i August 1732, and mentioned in 
his father's will 16 September 1741; died, 
aged 64, 21 November, bur. at Borden 24 
November 1776. M.I. Will dated 16 Novem- 
ber 1776, proved at Canterbury 9 December 
1776. 



December 1735, marriage licence (Canter- 
bury) dated 9 December ; executrix to her 
husband 9 December 1776; died, aged 72, 
II September, bur. at Borden 15 September 
1782. M.I. 



Stephen Danford, marr.^Amy, bapt. at=. . . Gadderer. 
at Milton, co. Kent, 7 Borden 16 Feb- 2nd husband. 
April 1779, bur. there ruary 1752. ■ 
3 February 1783. ist 
husband. 



Richard Hovenden of Borden ; 
bapt. at Borden 15 September 
I 754 ; died, aged 48, 19 February, 
bur. at Borden 25 February 1803. 
M.I. 



Jane, bapt. at Borden 26 September 1756; Rebecca, bapt. at Borden 11 March 1759; 
married . . . Masters. married . . . Beaumont. 



Sarah Hyder, inarr. at=Robert Hovenden, bapt. at Borden i4=f= 
St. Leonard's, Shore- December 1760; of the Hon''''^ East India 
ditch, CO. Middlesex, 28 Company's Service; died, aged 76, 17 
January 1794. ist wife. January 1837. 



■Lydia, buried at Bunhill 
Fields, London, 2 July 
1 8 16. She married istly 
William Davis. 2nd wife. 



A\ 



(For issue see " Visilalio7i of England and Wales," 
Vol. XV., page 167.) 



42 




Pedigree of Player. 



Player. 

[Vol. 15, p. 173.] 



Elizabeth, bur.= 
at Arkesdcii, co. 
Essex, 18 June 
1734. 1st wife. 



Stephen Player of= 
Arkesden ; bur. at 
Arkesden 21 April 
1772. Will dated 
15 August 1758, ad- 
ministration granted 
II June 1772 
(Arch : of Colchester, 
204 Ruffe 11). 



=Elizabeth, marr. at 
Quendon,co. Essex, 
5 March 174" ; bur. 
at Arkesden 17 April 
1772. She married 
istly . . Cowley of 
Quendon. 2nd wife. 



Charles Player, bapt. at Arkesden 
13 January 174}; bur. there 27 
April 1772. 



Sarah Bentley of=f=Stephen Player of Saffron= 



SafTron Walden, 
CO. Essex ; marr. 
at Saffron Walden 
6 January 174-y, 
then aged 2 1 
(marriage licence, 
Chelmsford), ist 
wife. 



Walden ; aged 22 in 
January 1745 ; adminis- 
trator to his father 1 1 
June 1772 ; died, aged 81, 
26 January 1803, bur. in 
the Baptist New Ground, 
Saffron Walden. M.I. 



=Elizabeth Dane of= 
Linton, co. Cam- 
bridge ; marr. at 
Linton 8 May 
1750, then aged 
30 (marriage li- 
cence, Chelmsford). 
2nd wife. 



=Elizabeth White, marr. at 
Saffron Walden 4 March 
1764 ; died, aged 75, 18 
May 1793, bur. in the 
Baptist New Ground, 
Saffron Walden. M.L 3rd 
wife. 



I 
Stephen Player, 

bapt. at Saffron 

Walden 13 March 

i74i 



William Player of Union Street,=pElizabeth Attwood, died, aged 90, 



Deptford, co. Kent ; died, aged 91, 
I January, bur. at St. Nicholas', 
Deptford, 10 January 1837. Will 
dated 2 March 1835, proved 13 
January 1837 (P.C.C. 33 Norwich). 



at Union Street, Deptford, 14 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at St. Nicholas', Deptford, 
23 February 1835. M.L 



John Player of St. Nicholas', Deptford, and=Frances Cole, dau. of Samuel Cole, by Peggy 



afterwards of the Market Place, Saffron 
Walden ; executor to his father 13 January 
1837; Mayor of Saffron Walden; died, 
aged 60, 14 January 1846, bur. in the 
Abbey Lane Burial Ground, Saffron Walden, 
M.L Will dated 16 March 1839 to 18 
March 1845, proved (P.C.C.) 23 March 
1846. 



his wife ; marr. at Saffron Walden 1 9 March 
181 2 ; died, aged 75, at Saffron Walden 5 May 
1 86 1, bur. in the Abbey Lane Burial Ground. 
M.L Will dated 7 February 1857 to 27 April 
1 86 1, proved at Ipswich 8 June 1861. 



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William Player of 
Arkesden, co. Essex ; 
bapt. at Arkesden 
17 January 172I ; 
bur. there 13 May 
1772. 



John Player, named 
in his father's will 
15 August 1758. 



Wright Player of Beckett's=f=Anne Cane, married at Elizabeth, bapt. 
Farm, Arkesden ; adminis- ' Saffron Walden, co. at Arkesden 2 1 
trator to his father 11 June [ Essex, 26 February 1754; January, bapt. 
1772 ; died, aged 77, bur. at I died, aged 85, at High there 31 January 
Arkesden 2 December 1803. j Street, Saffron Walden, 

2 December, bur. in 
the Abbey Lane Burial 
Ground, Saffron Walden, 
8 December 181 1. M.l. 



Will dated 1 2 November 1803, 
proved 22 June 1804 (Arch: 
of Colchester', 371 Hankine). 



'73?- 



Henry Eling=f 
of Layston, 
CO. Hertford. 



pAnne, bapt. at Saffron Walden 7 Septem- 
ber 1757 ; marriage licence (Chelmsford) 
dated 1780; died before 12 November 
1803. 



^ 



Ann Edwards, marr.= 
at Saffron Walden 
3 November 1788 ; 
died, aged 29, 11 
September 1795, 
bur. in the Abbey 
Lane Burial Ground, 
Saffron Walden. M.L 
I St wife. 



^Joseph Player of High= 
Street, Saffron Walden ; 
died, aged 73, 20 Novem- 
ber, bur. in the Abbey Lane 
Burial Ground, Saffron 
Walden, 27 November 
1837. M.L Will dated 
5 July and 15 November 
1837, proved 3 April 1838 
(Commissary Court of 
London, Essex and Herts, 
514 Brown). 



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=EIizabeth Walby, dau. of 
Henry Walby of Barley, 
CO. Hertford, by Catherine 
Dane his wife ; died, aged 
55, 8 December, bur. in 
the Abbey Lane Burial 
Ground, Saffron Walden, 
15 December 1823. M.L 
2nd wife. 



Elizabeth Player, 
mentioned in will 
of her brother 
John 13 Septem- 
ber 182 1. 



{For issue see "■Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XV., page 173) 



Thomas Player,= 
died before 1 3 
September 182 1. 



John Player of Gold Street, Saffron= 
Walden ; executor to his uncle Wright 
22 June 1804 ; Trustee of the Abbey 
Lane Congregational Church, Saffron 
Walden, 18 10; died, aged 68, 27 
November, bur. in the Abbey Lane 
Burial Ground, Saffron Walden, 5 
December 1823. M.L Will dated 13 
September 182 1, proved 31 December 
1823 (P.C.C. 709 Richards). 



=Amey Howard, marr. at 
Saffron Walden 15 April 
1782; died, aged 75, 9 No- 
vember, bur. in the Abbey 
Lane Burial Ground, Saffron 
Walden, 14 November 1834. 
M.L Will dated 15 July 
1831, provedin January 1835, 
by James Howard, nephew 
(Arch : of Colchester). 



John Player of Saffron Walden ; died, aged 57,= 
15 March 1845. Will dated 3 January 1845, 
proved 15 Ajjril 1845 (Arch: of Colchester). 



=Susannah Rolph of Abington, 
CO. Cambridge; marr. 11 June 
1822. 



John Lucas=j=Amey, born 13 June, bapt. at the Abbey Lane Chapel, 



Nash. 



Saffron Walden, 14 September 1823 
Walden 5 January 1847. 



marr. at Saffron 



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44 



Pedigree of Goddard of East IVoodyates. 



Goddard. 

[Vol. IS, p. 182.] 



Walter Goddard of Ellingham, co. Hants (? 2nd son== 
of John Goddard of Brodford, in VVimhorne Minster, 
CO. Dorset). Will dated 24 December 1563, 
proved 26 October 1564 (P.C.C. 30 Stevenson). 
Administration granted 20 November 1601 (P.C.C.) 



I 
Edmond Goddard of Farnham, in Tollard Royal, co.= 

Wilts, yeoman ; administrator to his father 20 November 

1 60 1. Will dated 3 May 1605, proved 29 May 1606 

(P.C.C. 34 Stafforde). 



=Anne Macham, dau. of John 
Macham of Paulet, co. Somerset, 
and Agatha his wife ; marr. before 
26 November 1591. 



Edmund Goddard, 
named executor to 
his father 3 May 
1605. 



Waiter Goddard of Farnham, after-=f=Joan Nipred, dau. John Goddard, 



wards of East Woodyates, co. 
Dorset, gent ; mentioned in his 
father's will 3 May 1605 ; received 
lease of Woodyates 6 August 1632 
for life of his three sons ; bur. at 
Wimborne All Saints', co. Dorset, 
30 October 1663. Will dated 7 
October 1663, proved at Blandford 
(Arch : of Dorset). 



of Thomas Nipred mentioned in 
of Minchington, in his father's will 
Handley.co. Dorset, 3 May 1605. 
and Dorothy his 
wife ; marr. at Wim- 
borne All Saints' 
6 February 1617^ ; 
died 17 January 
i64i 



Edward Rogers of=i-Eleanor, bapt. at Wimborne 



Ashmore, co. Dorset, 
gent ; mentioned in 
willofWalterGoddard 
7 October 1663 ; 
died 19 November, 
bur. at Ashmore 27 
November 167 1. M.I. 



All Saints' 6 April 1618 ; 
marriage licence (Salisbury) 
dated January 163!; men- 
tioned in her father's will 
7 October 1663 ; bur. at 
Ashmore 26 May 1696. 



Thomas Walter Goddard'=f=Elizabeth. 

Goddard. of East Wood- 
yates ; named 
executor to his 
father 7 October 
1663. 



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Walter Goddard of=j=Dorothy Joy, dau. of William Joy of Shillingstone, co. Dorset, and Mary 
East Woodyates; ' his wife; marr. at Shillingstone 28 May 1693, marriage settlements dated 
bur. at Pentridge, 17 May); mentioned in her mother's will 20 October 1708. Will dated 
CO. Dorset, 4 12 October 1738, proved at Blandford 5 April 1741 (Arch : of Dorset). 
September 17 19. 



Francis Nitingall of Melbury Abbass, co.=f=Mary, mentioned in her grandmother's will 20 
Dorset. | October 1708. 



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Anne, men- Thomas Morgan=Elizabeth, mentioned in her Joan, mentioned in her father's 



tionedinher of Handley, co. 
father's will Dorset, yeoman. 
3 May 1605. 



father's will 3 May 1605: will 3 May 1605. 

marriage licence (Salisbury) — 

dated 3 March 162!; then Agatha, mentionedinherfather's 

aged 21. will 3 May 1605. 



John Goddard of Farnham, in Tollard=f= (?) Dorothy, living i Maurice Goddard, bapt. at 



Royal, CO. Wilts ; mentioned in his 
father's will 7 October 1663 ; died 
before i September 1702. /|\ 



September 1702. She VVimborne All Saints', co. 
married istly . . . Mill. Dorset, 7 Febru.iry 1645. 



I I . . 

Elizabeth, (?) bapt. at Wimborne Thomas Deane,=Joan, marr. at Wimborne All Saints' 23 

All Saints' i January 164^. living 7 October January 1645 ; living 7 October 1663. 

1663. 



Elizabeth Rogers,= 
dau. of William 
Rogers of Chettle, 
CO. Dorset ; bur. 
at Fentridge, co. 
Dorset, 29 Sep- 
tember 1729. 



=Walter Goddard of East Woodyates, co. Dorset, gent ; mentioned= 
in wills of his grandmother 20 October 1708 and of his mother 
12 October 1738; bur. at Fentridge 3 April 1740. Will dated 
6 December 1739, proved at Blandford 17 April 1741 (Arch: of 
Dorset). 



=Sarah 
Cox. 



William Goddard, John Goddard, bapt. Henry Goddard, bapt. 

bapt. at Fentridge at Fentridge 9 Noveni- at Fentridge 15 March 

1 August, and bur. ber 1733, bur. there 173^, bur. there 11 

there 3 August 1732. the same day. April following. 



Elizabeth Laws,= 
marr. at Tarrant- 
Gunville,co. Dor- 
set, 13 November 
1740. ist wife. 



=Waiter Goddard of= 
East Woodyates, 
esquire ; bapt. at 
Fentridge 6 April 
1720 ; executor to 
his father 1 7 April 
I 741 ; bur. at Fent- 
ridge I March 
1792. Will dated 
4 August 1 791, 
proved at Bland- 
ford 7 March 1792 
(Arch : of Dorset). 



=Jane, living 4 
August 1791. 
Will dated 9 
October 1793, 
administration 
granted i6 Jan- 
uaryi798(Arch: 
of Blandford). 
2nd wife. 



Elizabeth Goddard, bapt. at Fent- 
ridge 26 September 1722 ; bur. there 
21 August 1733. 



Thomas Goddard, bapt. at Fentridge 
in 1724 ; bur. there 24 March i73y. 



William Goddard, bapt. at Fentridge 
26 January 172^; bur. there 2 July 
1729. 



Mary Goddard, 
bapt. at Fent- 
■ ridge 1 8 Septem- 
ber 1743. 



Susannah Goddard, 
bapt. at Fentridge 
28 September 1744; 
bur. there 5 August 
1751- 



Waiter (loddard of Vizaga I'atam, 
India; bapt. at Fentridge 18 Novem- 
ber 1745. Administration granted 
9 November 1772 (F.C.C.) 



Thomas Goddard, 
bapt. at Fentridge 
7 March 17!^; 
bur. there 4 Octo- 
ber 1776. 



William Goddard, bapt. at 
Fentridge 30 March 1752. 



Elizabeth Goddard, bapt. at Fentridge 
26 June 1754; bur. there 19 June 

1775- 

46 



I 
Dorothy, bapt. at 
Fentridge 30 July 
1756. 



William Goddard= 
of Woodyates, 
CO. Uoiset ; men- 
tioned in lii.s 
grandmother's will 
20 October 1708 ; 
executor to his 
mother 5 April 
1 741 ; died 6 
September, bur. 
at Pentridge, 

CO. Dorset, 9 
September 1777. 



=Mary Ford, married 
at Gussage All 
Saints', co. Dorset, 
5 June 1740 ; died 
20 November, bur. 
at Pentridge 23 
November 1774. 



Hugh Bennett of Shil-=f=Elizabeth, mentioned in 



lingston, co. Dorset 
died s September, bur. 
at Shillingston 8 Sep- 
tember 1757. M.I. Ad- 
ministration granted at 
Blandford 25 August 
1 770 (Arch : of Dorset). 



wills of her grandmother 20 
October 1708, and of her 
mother 12 October 1738. 
Will dated 22 June 1768, 
proved II June 1770 
(P.C.C. 209 Jenner). 



A\ 



Harry Gane of Horton,=Ann, mentioned in her grandmother's will 
CO. Dorset, marr. after 6 20 October 1708; bur. at Horton 23 June 
December 1739 ; execu- 1743. Will dated 24 March 1745, proved at 
tor to his wife 7 Novem- Blandford 7 November 1743 (Arch: of Dorset). 
beri743. ziid husband. She married istly John Hunt. 



Jane Harvey, dau.= 
of George Harvey 
of Hemsworth, co. 
Dorset; died 16 
May, bur. at Pent- 
ridge, CO. Dorset, 
20 May 1783. ist 
wife. 



^a^m ^oficCurcly 



=William Goddard of West Woodyates, co.= 
Dorset, yeoman ; bapt. at Gussage AH Saints', 
CO. Dorset, 20 May 1741 ; died 12 November, bur. 
at Pentridge 17 November 1786. Will dated 
6 June 1783 and 29 September 1785, proved 
3 November 1787 (P.C.C. 67 Major). 



^/^ 




pCeCa/^^^i^ 



=Sarah Gilbert, dau.of 
Joseph Gilbert of 
Abbodiston House, 
Maddington, CO. Wilts; 
married at Shrewton, 
CO. Wilts, 18 April 
1786 ; buried there 
8 March 181 1. Will 
dated 1 9 February 
1810 to6 March 181 1, 
proved 20 August 1 8 1 1 
(P.C.C. 378 Crickitt). 
She marr. istly Robert 
GouldisboroughCripps 
of Shrewton. 2nd wife. 



John Harvey Goddard of West=j=Sarah Gilbert, dau. of William 
Woodyates; bapt. privately at Gilbert of Abbodeston House, 



\Vitchampton, co. Dorset, 10 June, 
and received into the church 7 July 
1768; died, aged 28, 13 June, bur. 
at Pentridge 17 June 1796. M.I. 
Will dated 20 April 1796 and 11 
June 1796, proved 26 September 
1796 (P.C.C. 454 Harris). 



cA^ y?^ 




George Goddard, 
bapt. at Pentridge 
14 May 1774; 
bur. there 12 May 
I775' 



Other 

issue, 

died in 

infancy. 



Maddington, by Sarah his 
wife, dau. of Stephen Good- 
enough of Winterbourne, 
Stoke, CO. Wilts ; born 1 7 
January, bapt. at Maddington 17 February 1767 ; marr. at 
Pentridge 17 August 1789, marriage settlements dated 18 
July; died, aged 64, 14 January, bur. at Pentridge 19 
January 1832. M.I. Will dated 24 March 1825 to 16 
August 1830, proved 23 February 1832 (P.C.C. 85 
Tenterdeti). 



d <yayy(/~ 



{For issue see " Visitation of Englatid and Wales," 
Vol. XV., page 182.) 



47 



Burroughes 

[Vol. 15, p. 192, 




Pedigree of Bit7'roiighes. 



Anne Randall,= 
dau. of Thomas 
Randall of \Vy- 
mondham, co. 
Norfolk ; died, 
aged 36, 10 Oc- 
tober 1734, bur. 
in Wymondham 
Church. M.I. 
ist wife. 



=Jeremiah Burroughes= 
of Wymondham, gent ; 
administrator to his 
son Thomas' estate 
22 January 1759 ; 
died, aged 67, 27 No- 
vember 1759, bur. in 
Wymondham Church. 
M.I. Will dated 30 
January 1759, proved 
II December 1759 
(Arch : of Norfolk, 
1759, fo. 185). See 
'■^Memorial Rings" 
page ^4. 



=Abigail, died, aged 
82, 7 February 1773, 
bur. at Wortham, co. 
Norfolk. M.I. Will 
dated 1 1 December 
1760 and 20 July 

1772, proved 20 
February 1773, by 
Edmund Betts, son 
(Cons : of Norwich, 

1773, fo. 27). She 
marr. istly Edmund 
Betts of Wortham, 
gent. 2nd wife. 



Jeremiah Burroughes of Wymondham, esquire ;=j=Diana Burkin, dau. and coheir of James 



e.xecutor to his father 11 December 1759; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Norfolk; died, aged 39, 
at Bath, co. Somerset, 7 December 1767, bur. 
at Wymondham. M.l. Will dated 2 December 
1767, proved 19 December 1767. Portrait at 
Burlingham Hall. 



Burkin of North Burlingham, co. Norfolk ; 
marr. at Burlingham St, Peter 26 November 1754, 
marriage settlements dated 20 November ; died, 
aged 35, 22 December 1764, bur. at Wymondham. 
M.I. Portrait at Burlingham Hall. 



James Burkin Burroughes of Burlingham Hall,= 
esquire; born 16 March 1760; J.P. and D.L. 
for CO. Norfolk ; Captain of the Blofield and 
South Walsham troop of Yeomanry ; died, aged 
43, at St. Catherine's Hill, Norwich, 30 Novem- 
ber, bur. at Burlingham St. Peter 7 December 
1803, M.I. {see ^'Memorial Rings," page joj). 
Will dated 27 July 1799, proved 19 May 1804 
(Cons: of Norwich, 1804, fo. 55). Portrait 
at Burlingham Hall. 



=Christabel Negus, dau. and heir of Henry 
Negus of Hoveton Hall, co. Norfolk, by Mary 
his wife, dau. and coheir of Thomas D'Eye of 
Stayer House, Eye, co. Suffolk ; marr. at Broome, 
CO. Norfolk, 17 March 1789; executrix to her 
husband 19 May 1804; died, aged 78, at Hoveton 
Hall 25 January 1843, bur. at Burlingham St. Peter, 
M.I. Will dated 28 June 1842, proved 29 March 
1843 (P.C.C. 160, 43). 



Colonel Sir George Charles Hoste, C.B., R.E. ; born 10 March 1786; entered=j=Mary, marr. 9 
the Royal Engineers as 2nd Lieutenant 20 December 1802, Lieutenant following j July 1812 ; died, 
day; Captain 1807 ; Major 1814 ; Lieut.- Colonel 1825 ; Colonel by brevet 1838 : I aged 80, at Nor- 
Colonel 23 November 1841 ; served at battle of Maida and siege of Scylla Castle wich 28 May 
in 1806; attack on Alexandria and Rosetta, Egypt, in 1807 ; taking of the Isles 1870, bur. at 
of Ischia and Procida, and siege of Ischia Castle in 1810; action on board Burlingham St. 
H.M.S. "Spartan" in the Bay of Naples 3 May 1810 (3rd-class of the Neapolitan Peter. M.I. Will 
Order of St. Ferdinand and Merit); was present at the attack on Antwerp and led dated 8 June 
the Guards in the attack on Bergen -op-Zoom 1813 ; served at the Battle of 1867, proved 
Waterloo 18 June 1815 (medal) ; at the capitulation of Paris and was one of the at Norwich 22 
commissioners appointed ; C.B. 4 June 181 5 ; Gentleman Usher of the Privy June 1870. 
Chamber to Queen Victoria 23 July 1830; knighted 1830; died at Mill Hill, 
Woolwich Common, co. Kent, 21 April, bur. at Charlton, co. Kent, 29 A])ril 
1845. M.I. at Burlingham and at Stanhoe, co. Norfolk. Will dated 3 July 1833, 
proved 31 May 1845 (PCC. 404, 45). ^ 

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Thomas Burroughes of Wymondham, co. Norfolk, surgeon ;= 
died, aged 29, 3 December 1758, bur. at Wymondham, 
M.I. (see "Memorial Rings" page pj.) Will dated 3 June 
1757, administration granted 22 January 1759 (Arch : of Norfolk, 
•1758-9, fo. 185). 



^Elizabeth Coke, died, aged 
71, at Bradwell Ash, co. 
Suffolk, 20 July 1805, bur. 
at Wymondham. 



Rev. Thomas Cooke Burroughes,= 
Rector of Landbeach, co. Cambridge ; 
born at Wymondham ; educated at 
Bury St. Edmunds and at Caius 
College, Cambridge, admitted pen- 
sioner 7 June 1773, Scholar 1773 
-1 781; B.A. (loth Wrangler) 1778; 
M.A. 1781; Junior Fellow 1782, 
Senior Fellow 1786-1797; President 
1795-97 ; Master of the Persse School 
1782-86; Curate of Beccles,co. Suffolk, 
October 1786; Rector of I^andbeach 
1797-1821 ; J. P. for CO. Cambridge; 
died, aged 65, 23 April 182 1, bur. at 
Landbeach. M.I. Will dated 15 May 
1815, proved 25 October 1821 (P.C.C. 
533 Mansfield). 



=Mary Masters, 
sister and coheir 
of Rev. Robert 
Masters, B. D., 
Rector of Land- 
beach ; marr. 5 
December 1797 ; 
died, aged 96, at 
Gazeley, co. Suf- 
folk, 3 July 1859. 
Will dated 15 
July 1833. proved 
30 August 1859 
(Prin. Reg., 468, 
59)- 



rhomas Norgate=pEli2abeth, died. 



of Ashfield House, 
CO. Suffolk, M.D.; 
died, aged 68, 14 
February 1818. 



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aged 76, at 
Ashfield House 
16 November 
1834. 



Randall Burroughes of Burfield Hall,= 
^Vymondham, esquire ; of Emmanuel 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1783; executor 
to his brother ig May 1804 ; J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Norfolk ; died, aged 56, 9 Septem- 
ber 1 81 7, bur. at Wymondham. M.I. Will 
dated i February 1817, proved 30 June 
1818 (P.C.C. 261 Ci-essivell). 



=Anne Denton, dau. and co-heir 
of Samuel Denton of Burfield 
Hall, by Jane his wife, niece 
and heir of Samuel Proctor of 
Burfield Hall ; marr. 26 July 
1792: died, aged 65, 30 Jan- 
uary 1 82 7,bur. at Wymondham. 
M.I. 



Anne Burroughes, 
died in infancy, 
and buried at 
Wymondham. 



Randall Proctor Burroughes, Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1815 ; M.A. 1818 ; 
mentioned in his father's will i February 1817 ; died, aged 25, at St. Catherine's Hill, Norwich, 
16 January 1820, bur. at Wymondham. M.I. 



Jane Sarah Hoste, sister=f=Henry Negus Burroughes of Burling-= 



of Sir William Hoste, 
I St Baronet, and dau. of 
the Rev. Dixon Hoste, 
Rector of Tittleshall- 
cum-Godwick, co. Nor- 
folk, by Margaret his wife, 
dau. of Henry Stanforth 
of Salthouse,co. Norfolk; 
marr. at Norwich 25 
August 1818 ; died at 
Burlingham Hall 5 
October 1 8 5 1 . i st wi fe. 



ham Hall; born 8 February 1791 
educated at Eton; J. P. and D.L. for 
CO. Norfolk, High Sheriff 1817; M.P. 
for East Norfolk 11 y\ugust 1837 to 21 
March 1857 ; died at Burlingham Hall 
22 March 1872, bur. at Burlingham St. 
Peter. M.I. Will dated 20 November 
1871 to 23 February 1872, proved at 
Norwich 31 May 1872. Portrait in 
oils and another in water-colours at 
Burlingham Hall. 



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{For issue see " Visitation of England and Hales," 
Vol. XV., page iq2.) 

49 



Augusta Susanna Proctor, dau. 
of Lieut. -General Henry Adol- 
phus Proctor, C.B., of Aber- 
havesp Hall, co. Montgomery; 
marr. at St. James', Westminster, 
28 November 1854; executrix 
to her husband 31 May 1872; 
died, aged 64, at Burlingham 
Hall I November 1885, bur. 
at Burlingham St. Peter. Will 
dated 7 May 1883, proved 9 
April 1886 (Prin. Reg., 307, 
86). 2nd wife. 



Rev. Randall Burroughes of Long Stratton, co. Norfolk ;= 
of Clare Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1756; M.A. 1759; Rector 
of Bressingham and Shelf hanger, co. Norfolk, 10 April 
1766; executor to his father 11 December 1759; died, 
aged 66, at Long Stratton 17 September, bur. there 26 
September 1799, M.L {see '' Memorial Rings," page 2pi). 
Will dated 10 September 1799, proved 24 December 
1799, by hi.s son Ellis Burroughes (P.C.C. 827 Howe). 



=Elizabeth Maria Ellis, only dau. and 
heir of William Ellis of Kiddall Hall, 
in Elmet, co. York ; marr. at St. 
Andrew's, Holborn, London, 1 2 
April 1763 ; died, aged 55, at Long 
Stratton 14 July, bur. there 24 July 
1795, M.L {see ^'■Memorial Rings" 
page 268). 



Rev. Ellis Burroughes of Long Stratton ; of Queens'^ 
College, Cambridge, admitted 1782, B.A. (loth senior 
optime) 1786; ALA. 1789; Rector of Stowlangtoft, co. 
Suffolk, 20 .August 1790, of Sutton 6 February 1796 to 1804, 
and of Tasburgh, both co. Norfolk, 17 December 1804; J. P. 
for CO. Norfolk ; Lord of the Manors of Stratton Hall, Welham 
and Reezes ; died, aged 67, at Long Stratton 24 December 
1831. Will dated 23 December 1829 to 28 September 1831, 
proved 4 May 1832 (P.C.C. 268 Tenterden). A 



^Sarah Nasmyth Marsh, only dau. 
of Robert Marsh of Tombland, 
Norwich ; marr. 21 April 1795 J 
died, aged 66, at Long Stratton 
1 3 May 1 838. Will dated 2 i April 
1838, proved 4 September 1838 
(P.C.C. 572 Nicholl). 



Rev. Thomas Burroughes of Gazeley, co. Suffolk ; of Robert Masters Elizabeth, men- 
Christ's College, Cambridge, admitted pensioner 1 1 Burroughes, men- tioned in wills 
February 1826, Scholar 30 February 1826; B..\. 1830; tioned in his of her father 15 
M.A. 1833 ; Curate of Hemingford Grey, 1822-26, of father's will 15 May 1815, and 
Warboys, both CO. Huntingdon, 1826-32, and of Ricking- May 1815; died, of her brother 
hall Inferior and Superior, CO. Suffolk, 1832-47; mentioned aged 14, 30 July 22 April 1868; 
in his father's will 15 May 1815 ; died, aged 84, at Gazeley iSi6. married John 
19 March 1883. Will dated 22 April 1868 to 20 June Sewel Evans. 
1 88 1, proved at Bury St. Edmunds 19 April 1883. =r 

/K 



Diana, mar- Ann Diana Burroughes, of Bur- Jemima Burroughe.s, died, aged 21, at 
ried William field Hall, Wymondham, co. Norfolk ; Russell Street, Bath, co. Somerset, 9 
Spinks. died, aged 66, 9 February 1859. January 1820, bur. at Wymondham. M.I. 



James Burroughes, 
died at St. Cathe- 
rine's Hill, Norwich, 
aged 22, 3 A[)ril, 
bur. in lUirlingliani 
Church, CO. Norfolk, 
10 April 1815. M.L 
{see " Alemorial 
Rings" page 322.) 



=Pleasance Preston, 
3rd dau. of SirTho- 
masHulton Preston, 
I St baronet, of Bees- 
ton Hall,co.Norfolk, 
by Jane his 2nd 
wife, younger dau. 
of Thomas Hagge of 
Strad.setl Hall and 
Islington Hall, both 
CO. Norfolk ; marr. 
at Beeslon St. Lau- 
rence 31 July 1828 : 
died at Lingwooil 
Lodge 4 January 
i87o,bur.atBurling- 
ham Si. I'^dmunds. 



{I'or issue see " I'isitation of England and IVales," 
Vol. XIX., page 13.) 



Rev. Jeremiah Burroughes of Lingwood Lodge, co.= 
Norfolk; born at Burlingham Hall; educated at Eton, 
entered 181 1, and at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 
B..'\. 1817; M..^. 1820; Rector of Burlingham St. 
Edmund, Burlingham .St. .Andrew with Burlingham St. 
Peter, i January 1820; Rural Dean of the Blolield 
Deanery 1847-69; J. P. for co. Norfolk; died, aged 74, 
at Lingwood Lcxlge 19 May 1872, bur. at Burlingham 
St. Edmunds. Will dated 20 February 1864 and 9 
June 1866, proved at Norwich 12 July 1872. Portrait 
in oils at Ketton Cottage, Stamford, co. Rutland, in 
the possession of Thomas Henry Burroughes. 




50 



Amy Burroughes. Ann Burroughes. John Eurroughes. Mary Burroughes. 



Elizabeth 
Burroughes. 



Rev. James Ward, D.D., of Cottishall Hall, co. Norfolk; Fellow of=f=Elizabeth Maria, mar- 



Queens' College, Cambridge, B.A. (loth Wrangler) 1786; M.A. 1789; 
D.D. 1798; Rector of Burlingham St. Peter, co. Norfolk, 7 January 
1819 to 1820; senior Chaplain Bengal Presidency; died, aged 76, 
at Cottishall Hall, 8 November 1843. ^j^ 



ried at Long Stratton, 
CO. Norfolk, 20 October 
1796. 



Rev. William Walford, Rector of Long Stratton ; bapt. at Woodbridge, co.=j=Diana, marr- 



Suffolk, 6 March 1753 ; educated at Woodbridge Grammar School, admitted 
15 January 1759, and at Caius College, 'Cambridge, admitted 19 September 
1769, aged 17; Scholar 1769; B.A. (ist senior optime) 1774; M.A. and 
Fellow 1777; Rector of Bucklesham, co. Suffolk, 1792-1833 ; of Long Stratton 
18 August 1795 ; of St. Clement's, Norwich, 18 August 1795 to 1839 ; and of 
Weeting, co. Norfolk, i October 1795 to 1796; died, aged 91, 25 June 1842. 



at Long -Strat- 
ton 20 October 
1796. 



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Charles Margetts of=i=Mary Anne, mar- 



Huntingdon, solicitor ; 
born there in 1795 ; ad- 
mitted an attorney in 
18 1 8 and a solicitor in 
1843; Registrar of Hun- 
tingdon County Court 
1847-67; Mayor of Hun- 
tingdon ; died there 1 5 
October 1 88 1. Will dated 
15 August 1878, proved 
at Peterborough 10 Jan- 
uary 1882. /(\ 



ried at Heming- 
ford Grey, co. 
Huntingdon, 3 
.•\ugust 1825 ; 
mentioned in the 
wills of her father 
15 May 1815, 
and her brother 
Thomas 22 April 
1868. 



Thomas Cooke Bur-= 
roughes of Gazeley, 
CO. Suffolk : men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 15 May 181 5 ; 
died at Botesdale, co. 
Suffolk, 7 October 
1867. Will dated 21 
March 1861 to 21 
June 1866, proved at 
Bury St. Edmunds 30 
December 1867. 



=Emma, dau. of John Blom- 
field of Billingford Hall, 
CO. Norfolk ; married at 
Billingford (by the Rev. 
Thomas Burroughes) 8 
December 1 840 ; mentioned 
in will of the Rev. Thomas 
Burroughes 22 April 1868 ; 
died at Bury St. Edmunds 
6 March! 88 1. Will dated 
6 July 1875 and 9 October 
1876, proved at Bury St. 
Edmunds 8 April i88r. 



Edward Burroughes, 
born 16 November 
1797; educated at 
Eton and at Em- 
manuel College, Cam- 
bridge, where he died, 
aged 17, 1 April, 
bur. in Burlingham 
Church 10 April 
1815. M.L (see 
^'■Memorial Rings" 
page 322). 



William Burroughes of Col- 
tishall Hall, co. Norfolk ; 
born at St. Catherine's Hill, 
Norwich ; of St. John's Col- 
lege, Cambridge, B.A. 1827 ; 
M.A. 1830; J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Norfolk ; Chairman 
of Visiting Justices ; died, 
aged 64, unmarried at Col- 
tishall Hall, 24 April 1866, 
bur. at Burlingham. Will 
dated 26 November 1S62, 
proved at Norwich 2 June 
1866. 



Burkin Burroughes, 
admitted pensioner 
of Christ's College, 
Cambridge, 8 March 
1822 ; died, aged 
19, at Hoveton, co. 
Norfolk, 3 January 
1823. 



Thomas D'Eye Bur- 
roughes, admitted to 
Christ's College,Cam- 
bridge, 1 1 February 
1826 ; died, aged 75, 
at Ipswich 10 July 
1875. He married 
Emily Hammond of 
Ipswich. =j= 



Charles William Hammond,= Emily, marr. 
M.D., of 6 Lower Brook at Ipswich 
Street, Ipswich ; M.R.C.S. 15 January 
Eng. andL.S.A.Lond. 1850, 1863. 
M.D. Aberdeen 1859. 



SI 



Grellier. 

[Vol. i6, p. S.] 



Pedigree of Grellier. 



Gabriel Grellier of Spital-=j=Marie Anne Hebert, dau. of Jean Hebert 



fields, CO. Middlesex, Citizen 
and ^Veaver (son of Gabriel 
Grellier and Jeanne his 
wife) ; born 17 August 1738 ; 
died 13 March 1797. 



and Marie (Alexandre) his wife ; born 
26 December 1740; bapt. at the French 
Church, Threadneedle Street, London, 
10 January 174^ ; died 11 June 1807. 



John James Grellier=f=Ann Turquand, dau. of Leonard Turquand Mary, born 18 September 



of Hackney, co. 
Middlesex ; born 17 
June, bapt. at the 
church of " La 
Patente,"Spitalfields, 
9 July 1769 : died 
15 January 1809. 



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and Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Jan Van- 1770; died 8 September 

sommer of Spital Square, Spitalfields ; 1856. She married 5 Feb- 

born 5 February, bapt. privately 22 ruary 1798, Robert Lum. 
February 1777 {La Patente Register); — 

died at Stockwell Common, co. Surrey, /K 

19 August 1840. 

{See Pedigree of Turquand, " Visitation 
of England and Wales," Vol. X., 
page 44.) 



Ann Grellier, Peter Paul Grellier of Peckham, co.^ 

born 2 April, Surrey, and 20 Wormwood Street, 

bapt. privately London, Citizen and \\'eaver ; born 

25 April 1772 18 March, bapt. privately 4 April 

{La Patente \iit, {La Patente Register) ; admitted 

Register); ii\&di to the Freedom of the Weavers' 

24 March 1797. Company 2 December 1794; died 

at 20 Wormwood Street, London, 

II December 1828, bur. at St. Ethel- 

burga's, Bishopsgate Street, London. 

M.L Will dated 17 June 1828, 

proved 16 January 1S29 (P.C.C. 

1 8 Liverpool). 



=Mary Turquand, dau. of James Louis 
Turquand of Union Street, Spitalfields, 
by Mary his wife, dau. of John Van- 
sommer of Spital Square, Spitalfields ; 
born 30 October, bapt. privately 22 
November 1775 {La Patente Register) ; 
marr. i January 1798 ; e.\ecutrix to her 
husband 16 January 1829 ; died at 
Croydon, co. Surrey, 8 February 1855, 
bur. at St. Peter's, Croydon. M.L 
Silhouette in the possession of 
Harley Mair Grellier. {See Vol. p, 
page 76.) 



A 

{For issue, see "Visitation of Etigland and 1 1 'ales," 
Vol. XVL, page 8). 



Henriette, born 23 April, George Grellier of Sinfield, co. Berks ; 
bapt. privately 19 May born 28 September, bapt. privately 24 
I Tj.\ {La Patente Register). October 1775 {La Patente Register); 

died 4 April 1853. yt\ 



=Frances Cooper ^^'a!ker, 
died, aged 85, in January 
1867. 



Charlotte, born 22 Decem- Rachael Henri- iNLigdalen Giles AVilliam Henry Grellier, 

her 1776, bapt. privately ette, born 22 Grellier, bom i Oc- born 4 July 1781 ; died, 

20 January 1777 {La December 1778. tober 1779 ; died 3 aged 37, at Brighton, co. 

Patente Register). May 1793. Sussex, 13 January 1 819. 



Pedigree of dc Grey of Merton. 



Walsingham. 

[Vol. l6, p. 20]. 



Isabel Baynard,=j=Sir Thomas de Grey of Cavendish and Cornard,= 



dau. and coheir 
of l'\ilke Baynard 
of Merton, co. 
Norfolk, esquire, 
by Catherine his 
wife; living in 
'347- 



Suffolk, and afterwards of Merton, knight 
(son and heir.of Sir 'I'homas de Grey of Caven- 
dish and Cornard, knight, by Alice his wife, dau. 
and heir of Sir Richard de Cornard, knight) ; 
aged 15 at his father's death i January 132I ; 
living in April 1365. 



=Alice, men- 
tioned in her 
step-son's will 
7 July '37I' 



Sir Roger 3e Grey of Merton,= 
knight ; died 5 September 
137 1. Will dated 7 July 
1371, proved at Norwich 11 
December 1371. Inq. p. m. 
taken at Clare 24 October 
1371- 



=Margaret Clifton, dau. of Sir Roger 
Clifton of Buckenham, co. Norfolk, 
knight ; married before 1360 ; died 
29 June 1399. Inq. p. m. taken 
I May 1405. She married (?) 2ndly 
Sir John Shardelow, and 3rdly 
Sir John I>akynhethe. 



Thomas de Grey of Merton, 
clerk ; Rector of Wctliers- 
field, CO. Essex ; mentioned 
in will of his brother Roger 
7 July 1 371; executor to his 
brother Fulke 20 October 
1384; died before 5 April 
1396. 



Thomas de 
Grey of Mer- 
ton ; aged 6 
months 24 
Octoberi37i; 
died 26 Au- 
gust 1375. 
Inq. p. in. 
taken at Hen- 
howe I Sep- 
tember 1383. 



SirThonias Shar- = 
delow ; Clerk to 
the King's At- 
torney 1367 ; 
Coroner of the 
King's House- 
hold 1374 ; King's 
Attorney 1379 ; 
living 24 Jan- 
uary 138! ; died 
before 2 1 Sep- 
tember 1385. 
I St husband. 



=Margaret, aged=(?) Sir John Pelham, K.B., 

19 and more Treasurer of England ; 

I September Constable of Peven.sey 

1383 ; died Castle 7 December 1393 ; 

before 29 Oc- ,K.B. 13 October 1399 ; 

tober 1390. M.P. for Sussex 1399, 1400, 

1403, 1404,1401, 1407, 1427 ; 

Sheriff of Sussex 1401 ; 

Treasurer of England 22 

January 141-0 ; died 14 

February 142^. Will dated 

8 February 14 2f (Lambeth 

Wills, 411 Chichek pt:). 

{See '■'■Dictionary of National 

Biography," Vol. XLIV., 

page 248). He married 

2ndly Joan, dau. of Sir John 

Escures. 2nd husband. 



Joan, married 
circa 1382, 
Thomas Pynch- 
beck, who died 
in 1400. 

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Fulke de Grey of Haddenham, co.=[=Margaret Vernon, dau. of Sir John Vernon of 



Cambridge. Will dated 16 October 1384, 
proved 20 October 1384 (Bishop of Ely's 
Registers, 50 Arundell). 



Vernons, in Elme, co. Cambridge, and sister and 
heir of Thomas Vernon ; marr. before 20 January 
137I ; living 20 October 1384. 



F"ulke de Grey of Merton, esquire ; born at Haddenham 28 October i382=j=Eleanor Bar 
(Inq. taken 22 July 1405) : died before i June 1423. nardiston. 



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William de Grey of Merton, co. Norfolk, esquire ;=pChristian Manning, dau. of John 
died II November 1474, bur. in Merton Church, j Manning of Great EUingham, co. Nor- 
VVill dated 3 November 1474, proved at Norwich j folk, gent ; died before 3 November 
24 September 1477. I 1474, bur. in Merton Church. 



Mary Bedingfield,= 
dau. of Thomas 
Bedingfield of 
Oxburgh, CO. Nor- 
folk, esquire, by 
Alice his wife, 
dau. and heir of 
John Waldgrave ; 
died 5 April 1480 
(? 25 April 1481) ; 
buried in Merton 
Church. I St wife. 



=William de Grey= 
of Merton, es- 
quire ; died 12 
February 149^, 
bur. in Merton 
Church. M.I. 
Will dated 29 
January 149!, 
proved 2 1 May 
1495 (P-C.C. 20 
Fox). Inq. p. m. 
taken 2 1 May 
'495- 



=Grace Teye, dau. of 
Thomas Teye ; marriage 
settlements dated 8 
October 1481; executrix 
to her son William 14 
June 1529 ; died before 
4 February 1535. She 
married istly Francis 
Hethe of Worlington, 
CO. Suffolk, esquire, and 
3rdly Sir Humphrey 
Catesbye. 2nd wife. 



George Boken-=Christian, 
ham of Snetter- died 13 
ton, CO. Norfolk; June 1492, 
died 2 1 October bur. in Mer- 
1523. He mar- tonChurch. 
ried 2ndly Mar- 
garet, daughter 
of Francis and 
Grace Hethe of 
\\'orlington. 



Thomas de Grey of Merton, priest and= 
esquire ; born at Oxburgh, co. Norfolk, 20 
April 1481, and bapt. there (Inquisition taken 
12 June 1502) ; took priest's orders on his 
wife's death in 1515; died i September 1556, 
bur. in Merton Church. M.I. Will dated 

14 July 1556, proved 15 May 1557 (P. C.C. 

15 IVrastley). 



=Elizabeth Fitz-Lewes, dau. 
of Sir Richard Fitz-Lewes 
of Thorndon, co. Essex, 
knight ; died in 1515, bur. 
in Merton Church. 



I I I 

T hree daughters 
{Brass in Merton 
Church). 



Edmund de Grey of Merton, esquire ;= 
M.P. for King's Lynn 10 January 154! ; 
died 20 August 1547, bur. in Merton 
Church. M.l. Will dated 11 August 
1547, proved 14 October 1547 (P.C.C. j,t, 
Coode). Inq. p. m. taken at Norwich 
7 April 1548 (C. 87, 51). 



=Elizabeth Spelman. dau. of Sir John Spelman of 
Narborough, co. Norfolk, Justice of the King's 
Bench, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. and coheir of 
Henry Frowick of Gunnersbury, co. Middlesex, 
esquire; married at Narborough in January 1523, 
marriage settlements dated 31 December 1524; 
died before 11 August 1547. 



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Edmund de Grey, priest ; mentioned in his father's will 
29 January 149I; executor to his brother WiUiam 14 June 
1529; Fellow of New College, Oxford, B.A. 150^; M.A. 
1511 ; B.D. and D.D. 1515; Rector of West Hanningfield, 
18 June 1530, of Ingatestone, both co. Essex, 13 March 
15 if, and of St. Benet Gracechurch, London, 1534. 



William de Grey of Carbrook, 
CO. Norfolk, gent ; bur. in Car- 
brook Church. Will dated 31 
May 1529, proved 14 June 1529 
(P.C.C. 8 Jankyn). 



Fulke de Grey of Carbrook, gent ;=j=Elizabeth Drury, dau. of John 



buried in Carbrook Church. Will 
dated 12 October 1560, proved at 
Norwich 8 January 156!^ (Cons: of 
Norwich 1561-2, 139). 



Drury of Rougham, co. Suffolk, 
esquire ; buried in Carbrook 
Church 8 November 1555. 



/K 



A daughter {Brass in 
Merton Church). 



Margaret, mentioned 
in the will of Sir 
Humphrey Catesbye. 



William de Grey of Caxtons, in=j=JaneBennett, dau.of John Mary de Grey, Elizabeth de 



Little Cornard, I'O. Suffolk, gent ; 
bur. at Little Cornard 9 February 
1 57 J- ^^'ill dated 4 1 December 
1566, proved at Bury St. Edmunds 
30 March 1573 (99 Larg^e). 



I'ennett of Attleborough, living 26 August Grey, men- 

co. Norfolk; executrix to 1574 (marriage tioned in her 

her husband 30 March settlements of father's will 

1573 ; living I November Robert de Grey). 14 July 1556. 
iSll{C.P.EUz.G.4,42\ 



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Ann Everard, dau.=5=Thomas de Grey of Merton, esquire ;=Temperance Carew, dau. of Sir 



of Henry Everard 
of Linstead, co. 
Suffolk. M.L at 
Merton. 1st wife. 



born 2 February 153° ; being aged 17 
years, 9 weeks, and i day, 7 April 
1548 ; died in Fetter Lane, London, 
12 May 1562, bur. in Merton Church. 
M.L Will dated 10 May 1562, proved 
. . . 1562 (P.C.C. 32 Streat). Inq. 
p. m. taken at Norwich 18 July 1562 
(C. 133, 81). 



Wimond Carew of Anthony, 
CO. Cornwall, knight ; married 
before 10 September 1558 (date 
of marriage settlements) ; died 
9 October 1577. She married 
2ndly Sir Christopher Heydon 
of Baconsthorpe, co. Norfolk, 
knight. 2nd wife. 



Thomas de Grey, born 11 March 155! ; aged 7 years,^Elizabeth Drury, dau. of Robert 
4 months aud 7 days, 18 July 1562 ; died at Bacons- Drury ; administratrix to her husband 
thorpe 21 March i56f. Administration was granted 22 May 1566. She married zndly, 
22 May 1566 (P.C.C.) Inq. p. m. taken at Norwich before 1571, Nicholas Mynne of 
28 March 1567 (C. 145, 46). Little Walsingham, co. Norfolk. 



55 



Anthony Tal-=Jane, married 
bot, living i o before 1 1 Au- 



Ellen de Grey; 
mentioned in 



her 
will I 

1547- 



father's 
August 



May 1562 ; gust 1547 ; 

died before mentioned in 

26 August her grand- 

1574. father's will 

14 July 1556, 
and in will of 

her brother Thomas 10 May 
1562. Will dated 24 March 
158^, proved 12 December 
1581 (P.C.C. 44 Darcy). 



Robert de Grey of Merton,= 
CO. Norfolk, esquire ; 2nd 
son 10 September 1554; 
aged 30 and more at the 
death of his nephew 2 1 
March 156! ; died, aged 
70, 28 February, bur. in 
Merton Church 7 March 
i6of M.I. Will dated 
16 January 160". Inq. 
p. m. taken at Norwich 31 
March 1601 (C. 265, 68). 



=Ann Lovell, dau. of 
Sir Thomas Lovell 
of Harling, co. Nor- 
folk, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of Sir 
Philip Paris of Len- 
ton, CO. Cambridge ; 
marr. settlements 
dated 26 August 
1574 ; bur. in Mer- 
ton Church 16 May 
1600. M.I. 



Sir William de Grey of Merton, knight ; born= 
19 June 1 583, being aged i 7 years, 9 months and 
II days 31 March 1601 ; knighted at Whitehall 
23 July 1603 ; died 19 October 1632, bur. in 
Merton Church the following day. M.I. Will 
dated 12 May 1629, proved 20 October 1632 
(Cons: of Norwich, 185 Morse). Inq. p. m. 
taken at Norwich 4 January 163! (C. 482, 66). 



=Anne Calthorpe, dau. of Sir James Calthorpe 
of Cockthorpe, co. Norfolk, knight, by 
Barbara his wife, dau. of John Bacon of 
Hessett, CO. Norfolk ; marr. at Merton 
7 October 1601 ; bur. in Merton Church 19 
June 1662. Will dated 25 June 1661, proved 
at Norwich 26 July 1662. 



Elizabeth de Grey, 
bur. at Merton 7 
December 161 8. 



Sir Thomas Guybon of Thursford,=j=Barbara, married 



CO. Norfolk, knight ; bapt. at Wat- 
lington, CO. Norfolk, 18 January 
i6of ; knighted at Whitehall 9 July 
1641 ; Sheriff of co. Norfolk 1641 ; 
died, aged 66, 29 May 1666, bur. 
at Thursford. M.I. 



at Merton 12 Jan- 
uary 161 J ; execu- 
trix to her sister 
Anne 2 September 
1678. 



Robert de Grey, 
died, aged 6 
months, in 1606. 
M.I. at Merton. 



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Cotton Gascoigne=p 
of Illington, co. 
Norfolk, escjuire ; 
marr. at Merton 6 
May 1623. I St 
husband. 



Anne, died 5= 
December 1676, 
bur. at St. Peter's, 
Hungate, Nor- 
wich. M.I. Will 
dated 15 Septem- 
ber 1673, proved 
2 September 
1678 (Arch: of 
Norwich). 



A 



=Sir John Palgrave of Norwood Barningham, co. Norfolk, 
knight and baronet ; bapt. at Norwood Barningham 26 
June 1605 ; created a baronet 24 June and knighted at 
Whitehall 28 June 1641 ; M.P. for Norfolk November 
1647 to December 1648, and for Great Yarmouth 
1660; Colonel in the I'arliamentary Arniy ; marr. at 
Merton ii December 1634; bur. at Norwood Barning- 
ham 26 April 1672. He married istly Elizabeth, dau. of 
John lermy of Gunton, co. Norfolk. 2nd husband. 



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Tollemache Castell of- 
Raveningham, co. Nor- 
folk, esquire ; died in 
1667. Will proved at 
Norwich. 



=HeIen, marr. at Merton 18 
June 1630; died 9 November 
1648, bur. at Raveningham. 
M.I. 



A 



James Reynolds 
of Stebbing, co. 
Essex. 



A 



=Dorolhy, marr. ut 
Merton 27 July 
1632 ; living 30 
October 1648. 



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Robert Kempe of Gissing, co.=j=Elizabeth, 

Norfolk, esquire ; died, aged 

80, 27 April 1594, bur. at 

Gissing. M.I. Inq. p. ni. taken 1556; living 

in 1595. He married istly 11 May 1592. 

Elizabeth, dau. of John 



Smythwin. 



A 



Eleanor, niarr. 
marr. before Fabian Caston. 
14 July 



A 



Bridget, mentioned in wills of 
her father 11 August 1547, 
and of her brother Thomas 10 
May 1562. Administration was 
granted 5 May 1564 (P.C.C.) 
She married . . . Taverner. 



Edmund de Grey of Baynard, in Bunwell, co. Norfolk, esquire ; 3rd son=j=Mary Jernegan, 



10 September 1554; mentioned in will of his brother Thomas 10 May 
1562; executor to his sister Jane 12 December 1581 ; aged circa 59 
4 January 159! {Chan: Dep:). 



living 24 March 
'58?. 



John de Grey, Edward Marsham=Elizabeth, married Ann, married 
died young. of Melton, co. Nor- istly . . . Rook- George Pier- 
folk, esquire ; marr. wood. son of London, 
10 October 1603. grocer. 
2nd husband. 



Eleanor, married 
John Alder. 



Margaret de Grey. 



Edward Bullock of Faulkborn, co. Essex,= 
esquire ; bur. in St. Andrew's, Holborn, London. 
Will dated 30 October 1648, proved 24 January 
164! (I'.C.C. 8 Fairfax). 



A 



■Mary, marr. at Merton 14 June 1633 ; 
executrix to her husband 24 January 164I ; 
died 27 September 1664, bur. at St. Peter's, 
Hungate, Norwich. M.L 



Sir Robert de Grey of Merton, knight ; born at= 
Ellingham, co. Norfolk, 22 March i6ii; 
educated at Bury St. Edmunds and at Caius 
College, Cambridge, admitted fellow-commoner 
21 April 1629; of the Middle Temple, admitted 
15 November 163 1 ; knighted at Whitehall 23 
June 1 64 1 ; died 20 October 1644, bur. in 
Merton Church next day. M.L Will dated 27 
February 164!, proved at Norwich 8 May 1645 
(Cons: of Norwich, 2\-\\\.-Alsto)i). 



=Elizabeth Bredon, dau. and coheir of William 
Bredon of Ipswich, co. Suffolk, gent ; bapt. 
at St. Nicholas', Ipswich, 15 January i6i-i ; 
marr. at Thompson, co. Norfolk, 18 October 
1632, marriage settlements dated 4 May 1633 ; 
died 27 March, bur. in the Cathedral, Bury 
St. Edmunds, 29 March 1692. M.L Will 
dated 24 November 1684, proved 22 April 
1692 (P.C.C. 65 Fane). 



Ralph Hawtry of= 
Ruislip, CO. Middle- 
sex ; died, aged 99, 
5 December 1724, 
bur. at Ruislip. 
M.L Will dated 
19 October 1724, 
proved 1 2 January 
i72i (P.C.C. 7 
Plymouth). 



'Barbara, born 14 
October, bapt. at 
Merton 30 October 
1633 ; marr. after 
30 September 1650; 
executrix to her 
mother 22 April 
1692 ; died in 1 7 19, 
bur. at Ruislip. 
M.L 



A 



William de 
Grey, born 4 
July, bapt. 
at Merton 20 

July 163s ; 

bur. there 
22 February 
163?. 



57 



Sir John Gawdy of= 
West Harling, co. Nor- 
folk, baronet ; born 25 
September, bapt. 9 
October 1639 ; suc- 
ceeded his father as 
2nd baronet in August 
1669 ; died in January 
i7o|(&e' '^Dictionary 
of National Bio- 
graphy^' Vol. XXI., 
page 'Sr). A 



=Anne, bapt. at 
Merton 7 Au- 
gust 1637 ; 
marr. at St. 
James', Bury 
St. Edmunds, 
6 November 
1662 ; living 
24 November 
1684. 



Edward Kempe of= 
London, mercer ; 
living lo May 
1562. He married 
2ndly Agnes Page, 
of Shorne, co. 
Kent. 



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=Mary, not Fulke de Grey ; 4th son loSep- 

21, 14 July tember 1554 ;(?) matriculated at. 

1556 : ad- St. John's College, Cambridge, 

ministratrix Michaelmas 1552 ; mentioned 

to her sister in wills of his father 1 1 August 

Bridget 5 1547, and of his grandfather 14 

May 1564. July 1556. _ 



Martha de Grey ; mentioned 
in her father's will 1 1 August 
1547 : bur. at -Saham Toney, co. 
Norfolk, 23 June 1552. 



Huggen deGrey of Merton, 
gent ; 5th son 10 Septem- 
ber 1554; matriculated at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 
Easter 1562 ; mentioned in 
his father's will 1 1 August 
1547 ; executor to his sister 
Jane 12 December 1581. 
Will dated 11 May 1592, 
proved at Norwich 26 Octo- 
ber 1592 (.Arch: of Norfolk, 
1591-4, 291)- 



James de Grey of Merton, = 
esquire ; educated at Bury 
St. Edmunds and at Caius 
College, Cambridge, admitted 
pensioner 7 April 1630, aged 
17; of the Middle Temple, 
admitted 13 May 1633, called 
to the Bar 4 June 1641 ; died 
3 July, bur. in Merton Church 
10 July 1665. M.I. Will dated 
26 August 1662. 



^Elizabeth Stutevile, dau. of Sir Martin 
Stutevile of Dalham, co. Suffolk, knight, 
by Susan his 2nd wife, dau. of Sir John 
Isham of Lamport, co. Northampton ; 
married at Lxworth, co. Suffolk, 25 March 
1647 ; marriage licence (Faculty Office) 
dated 15 February 164^, then aged about 
28 (settlements dated 24 March 164I-) ; 
died, aged 79, 15 September, bur. in 
Merton Church 21 September 1696. M.L 



William de Grey, 
bapt. at Thomp- 
son, CO. Norfolk, 
7 August 1 61 5, 
buried at Merton 
10 September 
1616. 



Sir William Rant of Thorpe Market,=j=Elizabeth, marriage licence Susanna de Grey, born 1 1 



CO. Norfolk, knight ; of Cams College, 
Cambridge, admitted fellow-commoner 
22 May 1659, aged 17 ; knighted at 
Whitehall 16 May 1672 ; died, aged 
70, 6 September 17 11, bur. at 
Thorpe Market. M.L (see "J^ragmen/a 
Genealogica" Vol. XIII., page 46). 



(Bishop of London) dated 
22 June, marriage settle- 
ments dated 24 June 1672, 
then aged 20 ; died, aged 
48, in London 23 Decem- 
ber 1697, bur. at Thorpe 
Market. M.L 



May, bapt. at Stowlang- 
toft, CO. Suffolk, 15 May 
1651 ; died, aged 46, 
30 December 1697, bur. 
at Merton 5 January 169 J. 
M.L 



A 



I 
William de Grey of Merton, = 
esquire; born 21 October, bapt. 
at Merton 2 November 1652 ; 
educated at 'I'hctford and at Calus 
College, Cambridge, xulmitted 
fellow-commoner 22 April 1668 : 
M.A. 167 1 ; M.P. for Thetford 
26 March 1685 ; admitted to the 
Middle Temple 22 May 1671; 
Freeman of Thetford 6 June 
1681 ; died 27 February, bur. at 
.Merton i March 168S. 



=Llizabeth Bedingfield, dau. of 
Thomas Bedingfield of Darsham, 
CO. Suffolk (and coheir of her 
brother Thomas Bedingfield), by 
Hannah his wife, dau. and heir of 
Philip Bacon of Wolverston, co. 
Suffolk ; marriage licence (Nor- 
wich) d.ated 31 December 1674, 
marriage settlements dated 5 
January 167 J; died 1 .August, 
bur. at Merton 2 iVugust 16S7. 
Will proved 25 August 1687. 



Anne de Grey, bapt. 
at Merton 2 1 January 
1 65 J ; died 4 February, 
bur. in Merton Church 
7 February i7o|. M.L 



Barbara de Grey, bapt. 

at Merton 22 November 
1656, bur. there 18 
December loUowinj'. 



5i5 



Sir Christopher=[=Penelope, bapt. 

Athow of Bee- at Merton 23 

chamvvell, co. September 1617 ; 

Norfolk ; bapt. marr. there 26 

at Beechamvvell April 1639; living 

20 November 25 June 1661. 
1617 ; knighted 
at Whitehall 23 
June 1 64 1. 



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Edmond de Grey, bapt. at Merton= 
14 February i6i|; educated at 
Thetford and at Caiu.s College, 
Canil)ridge, admitted 27 July 1636; 
executor to his mother 26 July 1662 ; 
Captain under Sir Ralph Ho[)ton, 
surrendered at Truro ; Major in 
Lord Townshend's Foot 13 June 
1667 ; bur. at Merton 6 March 
i6f^. Will dated 4 February i68|, 
proved 26 March 1690. 



=Alice Irby, dau. of 
Sir Anthony Irby of 
Boston, CO. Lincoln, 
knight ; marr. circa 
1653 ; died, aged 
56, 30 July 1665, 
buried at Gunton, 
CO. Norfolk. M.L 
She married istly 
Frances Jermy of 
Ounton, escjuire. 



Elizabeth de Grey, bapt. at 
Merton 19 June 16 19, bur. 
there 10 August 1621. 



Philip de Grey, bapt. at 
Merton 7 May 162 1, bur. 
there 21 June 1628. 



Katharine de Grey, bapt. at 
Merton 24 October 1622, 
bur. there 2 1 March 1 63^. 



Thomas Bacon of St. Gregory's,=i=Jane, bapt. at Merton William de Grey, bapt. at Merton 
Norwich (son of Francis Bacon, 
Justice of the King's Bench) ; of 
Caius College, Cambridge, ad- 
mitted Scholar 10 January 1645 ; 
died, aged 83, 18 May 17 10, bur. 
in St. Gregory's, Norwich. M.L 
Will proved at Norwich. 



20 October 1624 ; 22 July 1626 ; educated at Thetford 

marriage settlements and at Caius College, Cambridge, 

dated 26 August(?) 1656; admitted pensioner i April 1645; 

died 27 July 1698, bur. in B. A. from Trinity Hall 164I ; bur. 

St. Gregory's, Norwich, at Merton in 1686. 
M.L 



A 



Jeremiah William de Grey, born 17 December, 
de Grey. bapt. at Merton 27 December 1674; bur. 
at Merton 13 January i67f. 



Robert de Grey, bapt. at Weston, 
CO. Suffolk, 13 March 167^; bur. 
there 24 September 1679. 



Elizabeth de Grey, of 
Yoxford, CO. Suffolk ; bapt. 
at Merton 25 September 
1678 ; died in London, 
bur. at Merton 1 2 Septein- 
ber 17 1 7. Will dated 16 
January \i\j, proved 20 
February 171I (P.C.C. 
30 Tenison). 



Thomas de Grey of Merton ; bapt.= 
at Merton 13 August 1680 ; educated 
at Bury St. Edmunds and at St. John's 
College, Cambridge, admitted fellow- 
commoner 18 May 1697; M.P. for 
Thetford 7 May 1708, and for co. 
Norfolk 18 February 171^ to 17 July 
1727; D.L. for CO. Norfolk 1740; 
bur. at Merton 18 December 1765. 



=EIizabeth \\'indham, dau. 
of William Windham of 
Felbrigge, co. Norfolk, by 
Katherine his wife ; mar- 
riage settlements dated 
10 September 1706; bur. 
at Merton 10 May 1758. 



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Christopher Calthorpe of East Barsham,= 
CO. Norfolk, esquire (son of Sir Chris- 
topher Calthorpe, K.B.); bapt. at Faken- 
harn, co. Norfolk, 7 September 1680; 
educated at Walsingham and at St. John's 
College, Cambridge, admitted fellow- 
commoner 18 May 1697, aged 16 ; marr. 
at Darsham, co. Suffolk, 21 May 1704; 
died, aged 32, 7 August 17 13, bur. at 
West Barsham. M.I. Will proved at 
Norwich, ist husband. 



'Hannah Maria,=Erasmus Earle of Heydon Hall, 
bapt. at Merton co. Norfolk, esquire; marr. 25 July 
15 March i68|. 17 17; e.xecutor to Elizabeth de 
Grey 20 February 1 7 1| ; died, aged 
35, 19 October 1728, buried at 
Heydon. M.I. Will proved at 
Norwich in 1728. 2nd husband. 



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Jemima de Rev. James Bedingfield, alias de Grey, LL.IX, Nicholas de 

Grey, bapt. Rector of \Miissonsett, co. Norfolk ; bapt. at Grey, bapt. at 

at Merton Merton 7 April 1684 ; educated at Runcton Merton 25 Oc- 

12 February and at Caius College, Cambridge, admitted tober 1685, 

i68f, buried pensioner 24 May 1700; LL.B. 1706; LL.D. buried there 

there 8 April 171 1 ; Fellow 1709-19 ; Rector of EUough, co. 26 February 

1684. Suflolk, 1711-14, and of Whissonsett 1718. following. 

Will dated 5 May 1739, proved at Norwich 22 
October 1745 (Cons: of Norwich, 1745, 94). 



William de 
Grey, bapt. at 
Merton 5 May 
1687, died 
22 March, 
buried there 
24 March 
following. 



Rev. Edward Chamberlayne, Rector of Great=pElizabeth, bapt. at St. Anne's, William de Grey, 



Cressingham, co. Norfolk : born at Mattishall, 
CO. Norfolk ; educated at Wymondham and at 
Christ's College, Cambridge, Scholar 3 May 
1716; Fellow I November 1723-1731 ; B.A. 
1718; iM.A. 1722; Rector of Great Cressing- 
ham 23 April, and of Scoulton, co. Norfolk, 
2 October 1730; died 28 June 1773. /t\ 



Westminster, in November bapt. at Merton 

1707; married at Merton 14 September 

3 June 1734, marriage settle- 17 10, bur. there 

ments dated 6 May; died 1 5 February 17 1|. 
5 February 1752, bur. at 
Great Cressingham. 



Catherine de Grey of Charlotte de 
Bury St. Edmunds, CO. Grey, buried 
Suffolk; bapt, at Mer- at Merton 8 
ton 26 April 1713 ; .lugust 1727. 
bur. there 3 July 1777. 
Will dated 14 June 
1775, proved 19 
September 1777, by 
Charlotte Chamber- 
layne, niece (P.C.C. 
381 Collier). 



I 
Thomas de Grey of Merton, = 
esquire ; bapt. at Merton 29 Sep- 
tember 17 1 7; educated at Bury 
St. Edmunds and Christ's Col- 
lege, Cambridge, admitted fellow- 
commoner 25 .April 1735; M.P. 
for CO. Norfolk 11 April 1764 
to 30 September 1774 ; Lieut.- 
Colonel West Norfolk Militia ; 
died 23 June, bur. at Merton 28 
June 1781. Will dated 20 Sep- 
tember 1780 and 27 May 1781, 
proved 9 August 1781 (P.C.C. 
384 Webster). 



=Elizabeth Fisher, dau. 
and heir of Samuel 
Fisher of Bury St. 
Edmunds, esquire, by 
Ann his wife ; marr. 
12 August 1746, marr. 
settlements dated 9 
August ; died, aged 
20, 18 January, bur. 
at Tuddcnham, co. 



Suffolk, 
' 7 .•) 1 • 



January 



60 



Sir William de Grey, Lord Walsingham ; born at Merton, co.=p=Mary Cowper, dan. of William 
Norfolk, 7 July, bapt. there 14 August 1719; of Christ's j Cowper of The Park, co. Hert- 



College, Cambridge (? admitted 1736-7); of the Middle Temple, 
admitted in January 1738 ; barrister-at-law 26 November 1742 ; 
K.C. 30 January 1758 ; Solicitor-General to the Queen Consort 
in September 1761 ; M.P. for Newport (Cornwall) 7 December 
1761 to February 1770, and for CambridgeUniversity I February 
1770; Solicitor-General 16 December 1763; Attorney General 
6 August 1766 ; Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas and 
knighted 26 January 1771; resigned 8 June 1780; P.C. 
6 February 1771 ; created Baron Walsingham of VValsingham 
17 October 1780; died at Englefield Green, co. Berks, 
9 May, bur. at Merton 17 May 1781. Will dated 7 March 
1780 and 15 March 1781, proved 22 May 1781 (P.C.C. 
276 Webster). (See ^^ Diciiotiary of National Biography" 
Vol. XXIII., page 216.) 



ford, Clerk of the Parliaments, 
by Joan his wife, dau. of John 
Budget ; bapt. at Hertingford- 
bury, CO. Hertford, 29 August 
1719 ; marr. at Somerset House 
Chapel, London, 12 November 
1743; died, aged 81, in 
Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, 
2 September 1800. Will dated 
15 January 1798, proved 
ro November 1800 (P.C.C. 
692 Adderley). 



Joseph Windham of Earsham Hall= 
and of Great Cressingham, both co. 
Norfolk, esquire, F.R.S. (son of 
John ^\■indham Bowyer) ; died, 
aged 71, 21 September 1810, bur. 
in Earsham Church. M.L ^V'ill 
dated 6 December 1790 and 29 
February 1792, proved 15 Novem- 
ber 1810 (P.C.C. 572 Colling'wood). 



=Charlotte, born 7 February, bapt. 
at St. Clement Danes', London, 
4 March 174*; marr. at Great 
Cressingham 16 June 1769 ; execu- 
trix to her husband 15 November 
1810 ; died, aged 81, 27 November 
1827, bur. in Earsham Church. 
M.L 



William de Grey, 
born 1 5 June, bapt. 
at St. Clement 
Danes', London, 16 
June I 746 ; died 20 
February, bur. at 
St. Clement Danes', 
London, 23 Feb- 
ruary following. 



Thomas de Grey, Lord Walsingham ; born 14 July, bapt. at= 
St. Clement Danes', London, 17 July 1748; created M.A. of 
Cambridge from Trinity Hall 1769; of the Middle Temple 24 
August 1764; M.P. for Wareham 28 January 1774, for Tamworth 
10 October 1774, and for Lostwithiel 8 September 1780; Groom 
of the Bedchamber 1775 ; a Commissioner for Trade 5 June 1777 ; 
Vice -Treasurer of Ireland 8 March 1784; Joint Postmaster-General 
6 July 1787 ; Comptroller of the First-Fruits and Tenths; Under- 
Secretary for the Colonies 1778 ; Member of the Board of Control 
13 September 1784; P.C. 31 December 1783; F.R.S. ; Chairman 
of the Committee for Privileges of the House of Lords 1794 
-1814 ; succeeded his father as 2nd Baron 9 May 1781 ; died 
at Old Windsor, co. Berks, 16 January 1818. {See '■'Memorial 
Rings" page 326.) 



:Hon'''« Augusta Georgiana 
Elizabeth Irb)',onlydau. of 
William, i st Baron Boston, 
by Albinia his wife, dau. 
of Henry Sehvyn ; born 
IS July, bapt. at St. 
James', Westminster, 5 
August 1747 ; married at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 30 April 
1772, marriage settle- 
ments dated 22 April ; 
died at Old Windsor 28 
May i8i8. 



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Georgina de Grey 
(God -daughter of 
King George III.) J 
born 28 June 1773 ; 
died at Old 
Windsor 7 July 
1813. 



William Gosling of Roehampton Grove, co.^Charlotte, born 28 June 
Surrey, and of Portland Place, London, banker; 1774 ; niarr. at Win- 
born I January 1765 ; died at Portland Place, Chester House, Chelsea, 
London, 27 January, bur. at Farnham, co. co. Middlesex, 14 Sep- 
Essex, 4 February 1834. He married istly tember 1806 ; died at 
Margaret Elizabeth, dau. and coheir of Sir Ellis Portland Place, London, 
Cunliffe, baronet. 16 October 1839. 



Lieut. -General George de Grey, Lord Walsingham ;= 
born II June, bapt. at St. Marylebone, London, 
9 July 1776; A.D.C. to King George HL 
6 May 1808 ; Lieut.-Colonel ist Regiment of 
Dragoons ; Comptroller of the First-Fruits and 
Tenths ; succeeded his father as 3rd Baron 16 
January 1818 ; burnt to death in his house in 
Upper Harley Street, London, 26 April 1831, bur. 
at Merton, co. Norfolk. 



=Matilda Methuen, sister of Paul, ist Lord 
Methuen, and dau. of Paul Cobb Methuen 
of Corsham, co. Wilts, by Matilda his wife, 
dau. of Sir Thomas Gooch, baronet ; marr. 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 
16 May 1804; died from injuries received 
during the fire in Upper Harley Street, 
London, 27 April 1831, bur. at Merton. 



Ven'''' Thomas de Grey, Lord Walsingham ; born= 
10 April, bapt. at St. Marylebone, London, 8 May 
1778 ; educated at Eton and at St. John's College, 
Cambridge, M.A. 1799 ; Vicar of Aston Abbotts, 
CO. Buckingham, 13 July 1802 ; Rector of Merton, 
CO. Norfolk, 24 March 1803, of Bishopstoke 13 
February 1804, of Wyke 25 July 1804, and 
of Fawley, all co. Hants, 1806; Rector of 
Calbourne, Isle of Wight, 21 November 1807; 
Prebendary of Winchester 11 July 1807 ; Arch- 
deacon of Winchester 1 1 July 1807, and of Surrey 
15 August 1814 ; succeeded his brother as 4th 
Baron 26 April 1831 ; died at Merton 8 September 
1839, bur. there. Will dated 8 July 1836, proved 
4 November 1839 by his son Thomas, Lord 
Walsingham (P.C.C. 727 Vaiighatt). A 



=Elizabeth Brownlovv North, 
sister of Francis, 6th Earl 
of Guilford, and dau. of 
the Right Rev. the Hon^^ 
Brownlow North, Bishop of 
Winchester, by Henrietta 
Maria his wife, dau. and 
coheir of John Bannister ; 
born 26 October 1776; 
marr. at Winchester House, 
Chelsea, 12 August 1802; 
died, aged 68, in Upper 
Portland Place, London, 8 
May 1845, bur. at Merton. 



Augusta Mary 
de Grey, born 
7 March 1789 ; 
died before 
1832. 



I^For issue see " Visilalion of England and Wales" 
Vol. XVI., page 20). 



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Pedigree of Byron. 



Byron. 

[Vol. i6, \i. 52. 



Sir John Byron of Newstead Priory, co. Nottingham and of Rochdale, co.=f-Alice Strelley, dau. 



Lancaster, knight ; High Sheriff for co. Lancaster 1572 and 1581 ; knighted 
at Westminster 24 January is^jj ; died 24 February iGof, bur. at Colwick, 
CO. Nottingham. M.L Will dated 23 February i6o2, proved at York 11 
October 1604 (Vol. 29, fo. 402). Inq. p. ni. taken at Mansfield 25 April 
1606 (C. 294, 79.) 



of Sir Nicholas 
Strelley of Strelley, 
CO. Nottingham, 
knight. 



Nicholas Byron of Newstead, 
esquire; fellow -commoner of 
Queens' College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas 1571. 
Administration granted at York 
2 April 1576. 



Anthony Byron, fellow-commoner^Margaret Beaumont, dau. 
of Queens' College, Cambridge, of Nicholas Beaumont of 
matriculated Michaelmas 1573; 
administrator to his brother 2 
April 1576; living 12 August 1580; 
died before 16 October 1587. 



Cole-Orton, co. Leicester. 
She marr. 2ndly Sir Henry 
Berkeley of Wymondham, 
CO. Leicester, baronet. 



Sir John Byron of Newstead Priory and of Rochdale,= 
knight ; fellow-commoner of Queens' College, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated Michaelmas 1573; M.P. for co. 
Nottingham 3 October 1597 ; aged 40 and more 24 
February i6of ; knighted at Worksop 21 April 1603; 
died 6 March i62f, bur. at Colwick. M.L Will 
dated 16 December i6i8, proved at York 27 
March 1623 (Vol. 37, fo. 193). Incj. p. in. taken at 
Nottingham 2 October 1623 (C. 40.;, 148). 



=Margaret Fitzwilliam, dau. of Sir 
William Fitzwilliam of Milton, co. 
Northampton, knight, by .Anne his wife, 
dau. of Sir William Sidney of I'enshurst, 
CO. Kent, knight ; bapt. at St. Benet 
Fink, London, 3 March 155^ ; marriage 
setdements dated 12 August 1580; died 
6 March i62|,bur. at Colwick. M.L 

{See Vol. //, page 75). 



Sir John Byron of New- = 
stead Priory and of Clayton, 
CO. Lancaster, K.B. ; aged 
35 and more 6 March i62f ; 
knighted in 1603 ; died 27 
September 1625, bur. at 
Colwick. M.L Inq. p. m. 
taken at Nottingham 23 
August 1626 (C. Vol. 429, 
No. 139). 



=Anne Molyneux, dau. of Sir 
Richard Molyneux of Sefton, 
CO. Lancaster, knight and 
baronet, by Frances his wife, 
sister of Thomas, ist Lord 
Gerard; married before 2 
March 159^ (date of mar- 
riage settlements) ; living 2 7 
January 162 5. 

{See Vol. g, fage 143). 



Sir John Ratcliffe of 
Ordeshall, co. Lan- 
caster, knight ; bapt. 
at Manchester 24 
February 1585; slain 
in the Isle of Rhe 29 
October 1627. Inq. 
p. m. taken at Bolton 
9 September 1628 
(Lane. 25, 6). /t\ 



=Alice, living 
9 September 
1628. 



knight ; died in 
June 1638, bur. at 
HucknallTorkard, 
CO. Nottingham. 
I St wife. 



morey, widow of Peter 
Warburton of Arley, co. 
Chester; born in 1627; 
marr. in 1644; died 26 



Cecilia West, dau.^Sir John Byron, Lord Byron, K.B. ; fellow-^Eleanor Needham, dau. 

of Thomas, Lord commoner of Trinity College, Cambridge, of Robert, Viscount Kil- 

de la Warr, widow matriculated Easter 1615; M.A. 1618; aged 24 

ofSirFrancisBind- and more 27 September 1625; K.B. at the 

losse of Borwick, coronation of Charles I. i February 162I ; M.P. for 

CO. Lancaster, Nottingham 26 January 162^ and January 162;,, 

and for co. Nottingham February 162J ; High January, bur. at Holy 
Sheriff 1634; Lieutenant of the Tower of Trinity, Chester, 29 Jan- 
London December 1641 to February 164^; uaryi66f. Will dated 23 
commanded the Royalist Reserve at EdgehiU January i66f, proved at 
23 October 1642 ; took a prominent part in the Chester 29 January i66f. 
Victory of Roundway Down 13 July 1643 and 2nd wife, 
in the first battle of Newbury 20 September 1643 • 

Field-Marshall-General of the King's forces in Worcestershire, Salop, Cheshire and North Wales; 

Governor of Chester during the siege from September 1645 to 6 February 164I; surrendered at 

Carnarvon Castle 4 June 1646; Governor of James, Duke of York, 1646-52; made D.C.L. 

(Oxford) I November 1642; created, 24 October 1643, Baron Byron of Rochdale; died m 

Paris in August 1652. (See ''Dictionary of National Biography" Vol. VIIL, page 15J.) 



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Thomas Skeffington of Skeffington, co. Leicester, and of=j=Isabel, marriage settlements dated 



Arley, co. Warwick, esquire; born in 1551 ; Sheriff for 
CO. Leicester 1576, 1588, and 1599. W'ill dated 20 May 
1593, proved in 1600 (P.C.C. 35 Wallop). Inq. p. m. 
taken at Leicester 4 October 1600 (C. 231, 65). 



July 1577. Will dated 18 
January and 15 February 162I, 
proved 6 April 1627 (P.C.C. 
44 Skynner). 



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Sir Nicholas Byron of Gaynes Park, co.= 
Essex, knight; (?) fellow- commoner 
of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michamelas 1612; heir 
to his uncle John Fitzwilliam (see 
Vol. II, page jj) of Gaynes Park ; 
knighted at Whitehall 1 2 February 
i6|§; fought with distinction at Edge- 
hill 23 October 1642 ; created D.C.L. 
(Oxford) I November 1642. Will 
dated 4 April 1639, administration 
granted 5 December 1648 (P.C.C. 
176 Essex). 



=Sophia Lambert, 
dau. of Sir Charles 
Lambert, Gover- 
nor of Breda ; 
renounced pro- 
bate 5 December 
1648. Administra- 
tion granted 10 
November 1654 
(P.C.C.) 



Gilbert Armstrong=(?) Margery, 
of Rempstone, co. 
Nottingham, esquire; 
aged 40 and more at 
his father's death 28 
April 1638. 



Charles Byron, (Sir) Ernestus Byron=j=Isabe!la Stanley, Frances, men- Shirtotta, men- 



died in infancy. 



William Byron, 
eldest son 4 
April 1639. 



(baronet); administra- 
tor to his mother 10 
November 1654; bur. 
at Lambeth, co. Surrey, 
5 October 1672. 



dau. of William 
Stanley ; living 7 
April 1698. 



tioned in her 
father's will 4 
April 1639. 



tioned in her 
lather's will 4 
April 1639. 



(Sir) Edward Byron of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, co. 
Middlesex; aged 12 in 1673; Cornet Hamilton's 
Dragoons 20 June 1685 ; Captain Wharton's Foot 
1689. Will dated 7 April 1698, proved 16 January 
169I (P.C.C. 3 Fell). 



Susanna, married 
. . . Povey 



Isabella, married 
. . . Holt. 



Sophia, married 
. . . Moselev. 



Elizabeth Rossel, dau. of^ 
Gervase Rossel of Rat- 
cliffe-on-Trent, co. Notting- 
ham, esquire, by Margaret 
his wife, dau. of Walter 
Whalley of Cotgrave, co. 
Nottingham ; died in 1657, 
bur. at Hucknall, co. 
Nottingham. She married 
istly Nicholas Strelley of 
Strelley, co. Nottingham, 
esquire, ist wife. 



^Sir Richard Byron, Lord Byron ; Colonel= 
in the Royalist Army at the battle of 
Edgehill 23 October 1642 ; Governor of 
Appleby Castle and of Newark 1643-164I; 
knighted at Shrewsbury 1 October 1642 ; 
created M.A. (Oxford) i November 1642 ; 
Major in Lord Lindsey's I'oot i Octol)er 
1662 ; succeeded his brother under special 
remainder as 2nd iiaron in August 1652 ; 
died, aged 73, 4 October 1679, bur. at 
Hucknall. M.L Administration granted 
30 April 1680 (P.C.C.) 



=Elizabetb Booth, dau. 
of Sir George Booth 
of Dunham Massey, 
CO. Chester, baronet, 
by Elizabeth bis 2nd 
wife, dau. of Sir 
Edmund Anderson, 
Chief Justice of the 
Conuiion Pleas. 2nd 
wife. 



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John Atherton of Atherton,^ 
CO. Lancaster, esquire ; aged 
1 6 years, lo months and 15 
days, I July 1573 ; High 
Sheriff 1583 ; (?) bur. at 
Leigh, CO. Lancaster, 14 
March i6o|. He married 
zndly Katherine, daughter 
and coheir of John, Lord 
Conyers. A 



EHzabeth. Sir Richard Assheton of Middieton,=T=Mary, bur. at 
CO. Lancaster, knight ; Sheriff for co. Middleton i 2 
Lancaster 1586, 1593, 1598 and 1606 ; January 159J. 
knighted at the Coronation of James L 
23 July 1603 ; died 27 December, 
bur. at Middleton 28 December 
161 7. Will proved at Chester in 161 7. 
He married 2ndly Mary, daughter 
of Robert Holte of Ashworth, co. 
Lancaster, esquire. /t\ 



John Atherton of Hornby Castle, in Skelton, co. York, esquire (son of John=f=Anne, living 9 
Atherton of Atherton, by Katherine his 2nd wife); died 12 November 1613. May 161 5. 
Administration granted at York 12 May 1614. Inq. p. m. taken at Topcliffe 
9 May 1615 (Vol. 347, fo. 25). ^ 



Thomas Byron. Sir William Byron, knighted at Oxford 25 February 164^; drowned at sea in 
the Irish Channel. 



Elizabeth Chaworth,= 
dau. of John, 2nd 
Viscount Chaworth, 
by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Edward, 
Viscount Campden ; 
bapt. at Southwell, 
CO. Nottingham, 19 
December 1632 ; mar- 
riage licence (Vicar- 
General) 5 October 
1660 ; bur. in Dublin 
12 December 1683. 
ist wife. 



AVilliam Byron, Lord Byron := 
aged 24, 5 October 1660; 
executor to his half-brother, 
George Strelley, 15 September 
1649 ; succeeded his father 
as 3rd Baron 4 October 
1679 ; died 13 November 
1695, bur. at Hucknall 
Torkard, co. Nottingham. 
Administration granted 12 
December 1696 (P.C.C.) 



=Elizabeth Stonehouse, dau. of Sir George 
Stonehouse of Radley, co. Berks, baronet, 
by Martha his wife, dau. of Richard, 
Baron Lovelace ; marr. at Westminster 
Abbey 25 June 1685, marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) dated 22 June ; died, 
aged 77, 28 December 1703, bur. at 
Mickleham, co. Surrey. Will dated 
5 January r7of, proved 7 January 170! 
(P.C.C. 4 Ash). She married istly Sir 
Richard Stydolph of Norbury, co. Surrey, 
baronet. 2nd wife. 



E 



William Byron, died, 
aged 2^^ years, 
bur. at Hucknall 
Torkard. 



Richard Byron, 
died young. 



John Byron, Elizabeth Byron, died Ernestus 
died young. in 1683, bur. at Byron. 

Hucknall Torkard. 



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I 



Sir Thomas Hutchinson of Owthorpe, co. Nottingham, knight ;=j= Margaret, 
born in 1588; knighted at Hinchinbroke 20 March i6if ; bur. at died,aged 
St. Paul's, Covent Garden, London. Will proved at Oxford 1 25. 
October 1643. He married 2ndly Katharine, dau. of Sir John 



Stanhope of Elvaston, co. Derby. 



A 



Mary Byron, 
mentioned in 
her father's 
will 16 De- 
cember 1618. 



Sir Thomas Byron, knight, Commander of the Prince of= 
Wales' Regiment of Horse ; knighted at Shrewsbury 27 
September 1642 ; severely wounded at the battle of Hopton 
Heath 19 March 164I; mortally wounded in the streets 
at Oxford 7 December 1643 ; died 5 February, bur. in 
Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, 9 February i64f. 



=Katherine Braine, dau. of Henry 
Braine ; bur. in the Cloisters of 
Westminster Abbey 1 1 February 
i67|-. Will dated 11 November 
1675, proved 18 February 167I 
(P.C.C. II Bence). 



Thomas Byron, 
died before 9 
February 1 64^. 



John Byron, died 
before 9 February 
t64f. 



Richard Byron, died 
in infancy. 



Elizabeth Byron. 



Anne Byron, died in 1640, bur. at Hucknall 
Torkard, co. Nottingham. 



Lady Mary Eger-= 
ton, dau. of John, 
3rd Earl of Bridg- 
water ; born 14 
May, bapt. at 
St. Giles', Crip- 
plegate, London, 
15 May 1676 ; 
marr. in February 
170I ; died 1 1 
April 1703, bur. 
at Hucknall Tor- 
kard. Adminis- 
tration granted 
20 April 1703 
(P.C.C.) istwife. 



=William Byron, Lord= 
Byron ; bom 4 Jan- 
uary i6fj; Gentle- 
man of the Bed- 
chamber to Prince 
George of Denmark ; 
succeeded his father 
as 4th Baron 13 No- 
vember 1695 ; died 
at Newstead Abbey, 
CO. Nottingham, 8 
August 1736, bur. at 
Hucknall Torkard. 
Will dated 17 April 
1725 and 4 Decem- 
ber 1735, proved 
19 October 1736 
(P.CC. 213 Derby). 



=Lady Frances Wil-= 
liamina Bentinck, 
dau. of William, 
I St Earl of Port- 
land, by Anne his 
I St wife, dau. of 
SirEdwardVilliers; 
marr. 1 9 Decem- 
ber 1706 ; died 
at Kensington, co. 
Middlesex, 3 1 
March, bur. at 
Hucknall Torkard 
7 April 17 1 2. Ad- 
ministration was 
granted 28 April 
i7i2(l'.C.C.) 2nd 
wife. 



=Frances Berkeley, dau. of W'illiam, 
4th Lord Berkeley of Stratton, by 
Frances his wife, dau. of Sir John 
Temple of East Sheen, co. Surrey, 
knight ; marr. at Kensington 3 
December 1720 ; executrix to her 
husband 19 October 1736; bur. 
at Twickenham, co. Middlesex, 
21 September 1757. Will dated 
3 May 1748, proved 2 November 
1757 (P-C.C. 322 Herring). She 
married 2ndly Sir Thomas Hay 
of Alderston, in East Lothian, 
baronet. 3rd wife. 

{See Vol. g, ^age 163.) 



(jeorge Byron, bom 1 
October 1707; died 6 
July, bur. at Hucknall 
Torkard 8 July 1719. 



William Byron, born 
6 July 1709, died a 
few days after, bur. 
at HucknallTorkard. 



William Henry Byron, 
born 23 October i 7 10, 
died shortly after, bur. 
at Hucknall Torkard. 



F"ranccs Byron, born 10 
August 171 1 ; died 21 
September, bur. at 
Hucknall Torkard 24 
Septeinhcr 1 724. 



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Sir Robert Byron, knighted at=5=Lucy West, dau. 



Oxford 12 May 1644; commanded 
a regiment at Naseby ; Captain 
and Lieut.- Colonel Foot Guards 
February i66y ; retired 17 March 
i66f. 



of Thomas, 3rd 
Lord de la Warr. 



Gilbert Byron, Commander=. . . . 
of Rhuddlan Castle 1645; living 31 
taken prisoner at VVilloughby August 
5 July 1648 ; died 16 March 1649. 
165!, buried at Hucknall 
Torkard, co. Nottingham. 



Thomas Byron, 
died in infancy. 



Cecilia Byron, died 
in 1645, bur. at 
Hucknall Torkard. 



Sir William Stanhope of Shelford, co.= 
Nottingham ; Gentleman Usher to Queen 
Katherine; knighted at Windsor 26 July 
1683. 



=Catherine, marr. after jr 
August 1649; died, aged 59, 
bur. at Hucknall Torkard. 



Sir Arthur Cole, Lord Ranelagh ; aged= 
23, 8 September 1692 ; M.P. (Ireland) for 
Inniskillin 21 September 1692, and for 
Roscommon 6 August 1695 > succeeded his 
father as 2nd baronet in 1691 ; created 
1 8 April 1715, Baron Ranelagh of Ranelagh, 
in the Peerage of Ireland ; died, aged 90, 
5 October 1754, bur. at West Dean, co. 
Wilts. Will dated 7 January 174!, proved 
17 October 1754. He married 2ndly 
Selina, dau. of Peter Bathurst of Clarendon, 
CO. Wilts. 



=Catherine, marriage 
licence (Vicar-General) 
dated 8 September 
1692, then aged about 
21 ; buried at West 
Dean 26 November 
1746. 



I.I I 
Henrietta Maria Byron, 

died young. 



Juliana Byron, died 30 
August 1733; bur. at 
West Dean. 



Anne 
young. 



Byron, died 



Henry, Earl of Carlisle, K.G.; M.P.= 
for Morpeth 8 February lyi*- to 
I May 1738, when he succeeded his 
father as 4th Earl; K.G. 18 No- 
vember 1756; marr. in Grosvenor 
Street, St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, 8 June 1743 ; died at York 
3 September 1758, bur. at Castle 
Howard, co. York. Will proved in 
1759. He married istly Lady 
Frances Spencer, dau. of Charles, 
2nd Earl of Sunderland. 1st 
husband. 



^Isabella, born=^Sir William Musgrave of Hayton Castle, 
ID November co. Cumberland, baronet, F.R.S. ; born 
I72i;died22 at Hayton Castle 8 October 1735; 
January 1795. admitted to the Middle Temple 7 April 
1753; barrister-at-law 5 May 1758; 
Bencher 2 May 1789; Treasurer 1795 ; 
Commissioner of Customs 15 March 
1763 and of Accounts July 1785 ; F.R.S. 
1774; F.S.A. 1778; Trustee of the 
British Museum 1783 ; marr. at White- 
hall, London, 10 December 1759; suc- 
ceeded his brother as 6th baronet 16 June 
1765 ; died 3 January, bur. at St. James', 
Westminster, 16 January 1800. M.L 
2nd husband. 



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Sir Philip Byron, slain at the storming of York=^. . . Hesketh, bur. at 



1 5 July 1644, bur. in York Minster the ne.xt 
day. 



Holy Trinity, Chester, 
16 November 1644. 



Anne Byron, bapt. at Holy Trinity, 
Chester, 9 November, bur. there 
24 November 1644. 



George Byron, 
died in infancy. 



Sir Thomas LUcas of Col- 
chester, CO. Essex, knight ; 
knighted at Whitehall 14 
April 1628 ; marriage licence 
(Bishop of London) dated 
27 Jariuary i62f, then aged 
31 ; died in Ireland. Will 
dated 18 March 164I, 
proved 26 August 1650 
(P.C.C. 135 Pembroke), ist 
husband. 



=Anne, aged 1 6,= 
27 January i62f ; 
executrix to her 
husband 26 August 
1650 ; died 22 
May, bur. in St. 
Peter's, Drogheda, 
CO. Louth, 24 May 
1679. 



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=Sir Edward Sutton of 
Cloncurry, co. Kildare, 
knight and baronet ; 
knighted at Whitehall 
14 June 1660; Gentle- 
man of the Privy 
Chamber 1667 ; died 29 
July, bur. in Westmin- 
ster Abbey i August 
1695. Will dated 22 
October 1670, proved 
25 May 1696. 2nd 
husband. 



Francis Byron, 
died young. 



Charles Byron, 
bapt. at St. 
Margaret's, ^V'est- 
minster, 31 Octo- 
ber 1620 ; died 
young. 



William Byron, Lord Byron ; born 5 November=j=Elizabeth Shaw, dau. of Charles Shaw of 



1722; Lieutenant Royal Navy May 1738; 
Master of the Stag Hounds 5 December 1763 ; 
Grand Master of Freemasons 1747-52 ; 
succeeded his father as 5th Baron 8 August 
1736; died 19 May, bur. at Hucknall Torkard, 
CO. Nottingham, 10 June 1798. 



Besthorpe Hall, co. Norfolk, esquire, by 
Elizabeth his wife; marr. 28 March 1747; 
died 5 July, bur. at Besthorpe 16 July 
1788. Will dated 4 January 1785 to 21 
June 1787, proved 15 July 1788 (P.C.C. 
338 Calvert). 



William Byron, 
born 7 June 
1748, buried 7 
May following. 



William Byron 
Pinner, co. Middle 
sex; born 27 Octo- 
ber 1749 ; M.P. for 
Morpeth 13 October 
1774 ; died, aged 26, 
22 June, bur. at 
Twickenham, co. 
Middlesex, 29 June 
1776. Administra- 
tion granted 8 July 
.776 (P.C.C.) 



of=j=Juliana Elizabeth Byron, 
dau. of Vice Admiral John 
Byron; married in 1771; 
administratrix to her 
husband 8 luly 1776 ; 
died 18 March 1788. 
Administration granted 
26 August 1 79 1 (P.C.C.) 
She married 2ndly Sir 
Robert Wilmot of Osmas- 
ton, CO. Derby, baronet 
{see page 70). 



William John Byron, born 6 May 
1772 ; killed at the siege of Calvi, 
in Corsica, 31 July 1794. 



Henrietta Diana Byron, 
born at Newstead, co. 
Nottingham, 30 August 
1751 ; died i June, bur. 
at St. James', Westminster, 
3 June 1760. 



Caroline Byron, born 1 7 
January 1755 ; bur. at 
I'wickenham 20 Novem- 
ber 1784. Will dated ao 
January 1784, proved 19 
November 1784 (P.C.C. 
587 Rotkhig/ui m ) . 



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Vice-Admiral John Byron, born 8 November 1723; wrecked= 
as a midshipman in the "Wager" on the coast of Chili 14 
May 1741 ; Captain 30 December 1746 ; circumnavigated the 
Globe July 1764 to May 1766; Governor of Newfoundland 
January 1769; Rear-Admiral 31 March 1775; Vice-Admiral 
29 January 1778; in command of the West Indies Fleet 
1778-79 ; bur. at Twickenham, co. Middlesex, 10 April 1786. 
Will dated 12 July 1785 and 17 March 1786, proved 6 April 
1786 (P.C.C. 202 Norfolk). 



=Sophia Trevanion, dau. of John 
Trevanion of Carhays, co. Cornwall, 
esquire; marr. in August 1748; 
mentioned in her husband's will 12 
July 1785 ; died 6 November, bur. 
in Bath Abbey, co. Somerset, 12 
November 1790. Will dated 10 
July 1789 to 10 October 1790, 
proved 3 February 1791 (P.C.C. 
54 Bevor). 



Amelia, Baroness Conyers, dau. and heir of Robert,=f=John Byron, born 7= 



4th Earl of Holderness, by Mary his wife, dau. of 
Francis Doublet; born 12 October 1754; succeeded 
her father as Baroness Conyers 19 May 1778 ; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 9 June 1779 ; 
died 26 January 1784, buried at Hornby, co. York. 
She married istly Francis, Marquess of Carmarthen 
(afterwards Duke of Leeds), ist wife. 



February 1756 ; Ensign 
Coldstream Guards 26 
July 1773; Lieutenant 
1 2th Foot 7 June 1778 ; 
Captain 19 January 
1785 ; died at Valen- 
ciennes, France, 2 
August 1 79 1. 



Sophia Georgina Lieut. -Colonel George Leigh, =f=Augusta Mary, born 26 
Byron, died in born in 1770 ; Lieutenant j January 1783; marr. at 
loth Light Dragoons 20 Feb- | St. George's, Hanover 



=Catherine Gordon, 
dau. of George 
Gordon of Gight, 
CO. Aberdeen ; 
married at St. 
Michael's, Bath, 
13 May 1785 ; 
died, aged 46, 
I August 181 1, 
bur. at Huck- 
nall Torkard, co. 
Nottingham. 2nd 
wife. 



infancy. 



ruary 1793 ; taptain 1794; 
Major 1796; Lieut. -Colonel 
26 September 1799 ; died 3 
May 1850. ^ /f^ 



Square, London, 1 7 August 
1807; died at St. James' 
Palace 12 October 1851. 



George Gordon Noel, Lord Byron ; born 22 January, bapt. at= 
St. Marylebone, London, i March 1788 ; succeeded his cousin as 
6th Baron 19 May 179S; educated at Aberdeen, Harrow (1801 
-1805), and at Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted 1 July 
1805; M..^. 1808; F.R.S. II January 1816 ; took by Royal 
Licence dated 27 February 1822 the name of Noel in place of 
Byron ; fought as a volunteer for Greece in the war of inde- 
pendence, and died from over exertion at Missolonghi 19 April, 
bur. at Hucknall 'I'orkard 16 July 1824. Will dated 29 July 
1815 to November 1818. He was the author of "Hours of 
Idleness," 1807 ; " English Bards and Scottish Reviewers," 1809 ; 
"Childe Harold," 1812-18; "Bride of Abydos," 1813 ; "Don 
Juan," 1819-23, and other works. {See ^'■Dictionary of National 
Biography," Vol. VIII., page 132.) 



=Aniie Isabella Milbanke, Baroness 
Wentworth, dau. and heir of Sir 
Ralph Milbanke of Seaham Hall, 
CO. Durham, baronet, by the Hon"^'' 
Judith Noel, dau. of Edward, Vis- 
count Wentworth; born at Elemore 
Hall, CO. Durham, 17 May, bapt. 
at Seaham 10 August 1792 ; marr. 
at Seaham Hall 2 January 1815 ; 
succeeded 12 November 1856, as 
Baroness Wentworth ; died at 
St. George's Terrace, Regent's 
Park, London, 16 May i860. 



William, Earl of Lovelace ; born at Great George Street,=f Augusta Ada, born in Piccadilly 



Westminster, 21 February 1805 ; educated at Eton, admitted 
1820, and at Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted pensioner 
21 April 1823, fellow-commoner 24 October 1823 ; succeeded 
his father as 8th Lord King, Baron of Ockham, 4 June 1833 ; 
created 30 June 1838, Viscount Ockham of Ockham and Earl 
of Lovelace; Lord -Lieutenant of co. Surrey i860; took by 
Royal Licence dated 29 September i860, the additional name 
of Noel ; died 29 December 1893. He married 2ndly Jane 
Crawford, dau. of John Jenkins. /K 

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Terrace, London, 10 December, 
bapt. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 20 Decemberi8i5 ; 
marr. at Fordbrooke, in Ealing, co. 
Middlesex, 8 July 1835 ; died at 
6 Great Cumberland Place, London, 
27 November 1852, bur. at Hucknall 
Torkard. 



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Rev. Richard Byron, Rector of Houghton, co.=p=Mary Farmer, dau. of 

Durham; born 28 October 1724; of Christ Church, - - - 

Oxford, matriculated 27 June 1743 ; B.A. 1747 ; 

M.A. 1750; Rector of Houghton; died at the 

Rectory, Houghton, 5 November 181 1. Will dated 

9 July 1810, proved at York 20 February 181 2 

(P.C.C. 109 Oxford). ^ 



Richard Farmer of 
Leicester ; marr. 14 
January 1768; died 9 
May 1827. 



Charles Byron, 
born 6 April 
1726; died 16 
May 1 731. 



Captain George Anson Byron, R.N. ; born 30 November 
1758; Captain Royal Navy 1779; in command of the 
"Phoenix" (1789) he took an active part in the war on the 
Malabar Coast against Tippoo Sahib until disabled by a 
boat accident ; died at Dawlish, co. Devon, 1 1 June 
1793- ^Vi" dated 4 June 1793, proved 27 July 1793 
(P.C.C. 354 Dodwell). A\ 



'Henrietta Charlotte Dallas, dau. 
of Robert Dallas of Dallas Castle, 
Jamaica, West Indies ; died, aged 
29, at Brook Street, Bath, 26 
February, bur. in Bath Abbey 
I March 1793. 



{For issue see " Vtsitatio?i of England and JFales," 
Vol. XVI., page 52). 



General Charles Leigh, Groom of the Bed- chamber to the Prince Regent= 
and Lieut.-Governor of the Isle of Wight ; Ensign 3rd Foot Guards 12 
March 1764; Lieutenant and Captain 1770; Captain and Lieut.- Colonel 
1777; Colonel 1782; Major-General 12 October 1793; Lieut.- General 1798; 
General 25 September 1803 ; Colonel 3rd Foot (The Buffs) 29 December 
1809; commanded the storming of Valenciennes in July 1793; died in 
Park Street, Grosvenor Square, London, 7 August 1815. /(\ 



^Frances, marr. 
before 12 July 
1785 ; died 
1 9 October 
1823. 



Henry George Byron, bom 22 April 1730; died at=j=Frances Levett, dau. and coheir 



Paddington, co. Middlesex, 5 May, bur. at Twickenham, 
CO. Middlesex, 10 May 1789. 



Isabella, born 20 October 
1754; married after 20 
January 1784, to Count 
Paravicini Capelli. 



William Byron (twin with 
George) ; died young. 



George Byron (twin with 
William) ; died young. 



of Elton Levett of Nottingham ; 
died 13 June 1822. 



John Byron, born 14 September 
«758- _ 

Frederick George Byron, born 
21 November 1764; died in 
February 1792. 



William Byron of Pinner, = 
CO. Middlesex; born 27 
October 1749 ; M.P. for 
Morpeth 1 3 October 1774; 
marr. in i 7 7 1 ; died, aged 
26, 22 June, bur. at 
Twickenham, co. Middle- 
sex, 29 June 1776. Ad- 
ministration granted 8 
July 1776 (see page 68). 
I St husband. 



=Juliana Elizabeth,= 
administrator to 
her husband 8 
July 1776; died 
18 March 1788. 
Administration 
granted 26 August 
1791 (P.C.C.) 



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=Sir Robert Wilmot of Osmaston, co. Derby, 
baronet (illegitimate son of Sir Robert Wilmot 
of Osmaston, ist baronet) ; succeeded his father 
by special remainder as 2nd baronet 14 Novem- 
ber 1772; Sheriff of CO. Derby 1796; marr. 23 
February 1783; administrator to his wife 26 
August 1791 ; died, aged 82, at the Parks, Great 
Malvern, co. Worcester, 23 July 1834. He 
married 2ndly Mary Anne, dau. and heir of 
Charles Howard of Pipe Grange, co. Stafford. 
2nd husband. 



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Vice-Admiral Christopher Parker (son and heir=j=Charlotte Augusta, 



apparent of Admiral-of-the-Fleet Sir Peter Parker, 
baronet); bom in 1761 ; Captain Royal Navy 
March 1779 ; commanded the "Lowestoft" frigate 
at the capture of Omoa in October 1780; Rear- 
Admiral i June 1795; Vice-Admiral i January 
1801 ; died at Hurlingham, co. Middlesex, 26 
May 1804, bur. at St. Margaret's, Westminster. 



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married before 1 2 
July 1785 ; died 10 
March 1824. 



Sophia Maria Byron, 
mentioned in her 
father's will 12 July 
1785- _ 

Barbara Byron, men- 
tioned in her father's 
will 12 July 1785. 



71 



Fellowes. 

[Vol. i6, p. 59.] 



Pedigree of Fellowes. 



William Fellowes, M.D., only son of Thomas= 
Fellowes (who was buried at Clevedon, co. 
Somerset, 14 April 1748) and Sarah Owen his 
wife; born at Hotwells, Bristol, 14 February 
1738 ; present at the Battle of Minden 
I August 1759 ; Physician- General to the Forces 
in Minorca 1780; Physician Extraordinary to 
the Prince Regent 181 7 ; died at Adbury House, 
CO. Hants, 8 April 1827. 



=Mary Butler, daughter 
of Peregrine Butler 
of Dungarvon, co. 
Waterford ; marr. 15 
July 1760 ; died 27 
January 1819. 



Peregrine Daniel 

Fellowes, born 

4 March 1 762 ; 

died in April 
1763- 



Major Peregrine Daniel Fellowes, born = 
24 August 1763; Lieutenant 6ist Foot 
12 July 1780 ; Captain (Invalids) 8 
September 1790 : Major 26 January 1797 ; 
retired on full-pay as Major ist Veteran 
Battalion ; present at the defence of 
Minorca in 1782 ; died at Plymouth, co. 
Devon, 20 February 1848. 



= Harriet Elizabeth Carpenter, 
dau. of Richard Carpenter 
of Richmond, co. Surrey ; 
(.?) bapt. at Richmond 12 
June 1764; marr. there 23 
July 1791 ; died at Bath, co. 
Somerset, 22 April 1841. 



Anne Fellowes, born 20 January 1765 : 
Herb-Strewer at the Coronation of 
George IV. 19 July 1821 ; died in Gay 
Street, Bath, 28 July 1844. 



William Fellowes, born 
in August 1766 ; died in 
June 1767. 



Susannah Fellowes, born 
in September 1767 ; 
died in June 1768. 



William Dorset Fellowes of the=Julia Loftie, dau. of the Rev. John 



Chateau Regnault, France; born 19 
February 1769; Commander in the 
East India Co.'s Marine Service ; 
Secretary to the Lord Great Chamber- 
lain at the Coronation of George IV. ; 
died at Chateau Regnault 19 February 
i8s2. 



Loftie, Vicar of St. Dunstan's, 
Canterbury, co. Kent ; marr. at the 
Cape of Good Hope 21 November 
1796; died at Weston-super-Mare, 
CO. Somerset, in September 1850. 



George Fellowes, 
born 24 Decem- 
ber 1770 ; died in 
August 1771. 



Sir James Fellowes of Adbury House, M.D., F.R.S. ; born at=f=Elizabeth James, dau. 



Edinburgh Castle 3 September 1771 ; educated at Rugby, admitted 
Midsummer 1786, and at Peterhouse, Cambridge, admitted i Novem- 
ber 1792; migrated to Caius 4 January 1794, Scholar Michaelmas 
1794; MB. 1797; M.D. 1803; Fellow 25 March 1798; Hospital 
Assistant in the Army June 1794 ; Assistant Inspector 1795 ; Deputy 
Inspector- (ieneral 11 March, and Inspector- General 29 April 1813: 
F.R.C.P. 30 September 1805 ; F.R.S. 29 February 1816 ; knighted at 
the Queen's Palace 21 March 1810; served in the expedition to the 
Helder and in the Peninsular War (medal and clasp) ; J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Hants ; died at Langstone Cottage, near Havant, co. Hants, 
30 December 1857, bur. at Burghclere, co. Hants, 4 January 185S. 
M.I. Will dated 1 September 1856, proved 16 April 1858 (Prin. 
Reg., 224, 58). Author of " Reports of the Pestilential Disorder of 
Andalusia, which appeared at ('adiz in 1800, 1804. 1810, 1813, 
and 18 1 5." {See '' Dic- 
tionary of National 

Biography-:' Vol. t/Vr^^/.^ <^y^^^^:^J ^^ 

XVIII., page 300). '-^ l^'t^/Z^''^ <iy C^^^-^-e^/^C/ C^, 




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and coheir of Joseph 
James of Adbury House, 
by Maria his wife, dau. 
of Joseph Woods of Fun- 
tington, CO. Sussex ; born 
at Worton, Islevvorth, co. 
Middlesex, 2 July 1794; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, Lon- 
don, 5 March 1 8 1 6 ; died 
at Pangbourne Lodge, 
CO. Berks, 1 1 December, 
bur. at Burghclere 18 
December 1843. M.I. 
Will dated 27 June 1839, 
administration granted 
June 1844 (P.C.C.) 



{For issue see '■^Visitation of Englattd and Wales" 
Vol. XVI., page 5g). 



72 



Rev. Henry Fellowes, Vicar of Sidbury, co.= 
Devon; born in the Island of Minorca 27 
December 1774 ; of St. John's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1804 ; M.A. 1807 ; Vicar 
of Sidbury 14 May 1813 till death; Chaplain 
to King George IV. ; died, aged 89, at 
Sidbury 11 February, bur. there 18 February 
1864. Will dated 5 January 1864, proved 
4 May 1864 (Prin. Reg., 315, 64). 



=Mary Judith Bourke, dau. of 
Edmund Fearon Bourke of 
Cromhall, co. Gloucester ; 
born 5 January 1781 ; 
marr. at Littleham, co. 
Devon, 10 August 1804 ; 
died, aged 77, 30 May, bur. 
at Sidbury 5 June 1858. 



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{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XVIII., page 86). 



Joseph Fellowes, 
born 16 August, 
died 26 August 
1776, 



Katharine Mary .'\bdy,=f=Rear-Admiral Sir Thomas Fellowes, C.B. ;= 



sister and in her issue 
coheir of Sir William 
Abdy, 7 th baronet, and 
dau. of Sir William 
Abdy of Chobham 
Place, CO. Surrey, 6th 
baronet ; marr. at St. 
James', Westminster, 
9 November 1813 ; 
died at St. Germaine- 
en-Laye, France, 18 
October 181 7. ist 
wife. 



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born in the Island of Minorca 7 January 
1778 ; entered the Navy from the East India 
Co.'s Marine Service as Master's Mate in 
1797 ; Lieutenant 29 June 1807 ; Commander 
1809 ; Captain 4 March 181 1 ; Rear- Admiral 
26 July 1847 ; Naval A. D.C. to Queen 
Victoria 30 November 1841 ; distinguished 
for services in boat-actions and with landing 
[larties in the West Indies and Mediterranean ; 
commanded the fire-ships at the battle of 
Navarino 20 October 1827 ; created C.B. 
June 1815; knighted 13 February 1828; 
created D.C.L. (Oxford) 23 June 1830 ; 
received the Spanish Order of King 
Charles III. (1822), the Legion of Honour, 
St. Anne of Russia, and Redeemer of Greece 
(1827) ; died at the Vicarage, Great Bedwin, 
CO. Wilts, 12 April 1853, bur. at Great Bedwin. 
Will dated 6 August 1844, proved 26 May 
1853 (P.C.C. 365, S3). {See ''Dictionary of 
National Biography" Vol. XVIII., page 301). 



=Mary Anne Catharine 
Humphreys, dau. and 
heir of Colonel Isaac 
Humphreys of the 
Bengal Artillery ; born 
12 August 1799; marr. 
24 August 1819 ; died 
at \V'est Hoe Terrace, 
Plymouth, co. Devon, 
14 July 1858. Will 
dated 29 March 1858, 
proved 13 August 1858 
(Prin. Reg., 516, 58). 
2nd wife. 



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Francis Hill of Burton Hill=]=Lucy, born 24 August 1779; died at Bath, _ co. Somerset, 



House, in Malmesbury, co. 
Wilts. 



I February 1837. 



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Darell. 

[Vol. i6, p. 65.1 




Pedigret of Darell of Scotney. 



Thomas Darell of Scotney, = 
CO. Sussex, esquire, younger 
son of John Darell of Cale- 
hill, in East Chart, co. Kent, 
esquire, by Florence his 
2nd wife, dau. of William 
Chichely of Higham Fer- 
rers, CO. Northampton, and 
niece of Henry Chichely, 
Archbishop of Canterbury ; 
born 24 July 1422 ; men- 
tioned in wills of his father 
24 October 1438, and of 
his grandfather, William 
Chichely, 9 May 1425. 



=Thomasine Gresley, dau. 
of Sir John Gresley of 
Cotton, CO. Stafford, 
knight; marr. 20 June 
1448. Will dated 20 
February 148^, proved at 
Rochester 5 May 1488 
(Vol. 5, fo. 87). 



Henry Darell of Scotney, esquire ;= 
executor to his mother 5 May 1488 ; 
buried in Lamberhurst Church, co. 
Kent. Will dated i February iSsf, 
proved 3 July 1536 (P.C.C. 37 Hogan). 



'Elizabeth Cheyne, dau. of Florence, 

John Cheyne of Crall, co. married 

Sussex ; executrix to her Nicholas 

husband 3 July 1536. IVtitt. 



Agnes, men- 
tioned in her 
mother's will 
20 February 
148^. 



Elizabeth Horne,=f=Thomas Darell of= 



dau. of James 
Home of Bethers- 
den, CO. Kent ; 
marr. 16 January 
i5f§; died 26 
February 152^. 
ist wife. 



Scotney, esquire ; 
executor to his 
father 3 July 1536; 
died 28 June 1558, 
buried in Lamber- 
hurst Church. Will 
dated 19 Novem- 
ber 1557, proved 9 
September 1558 
(P.C.C. 43 Noodes). 



Edward Darell, 
living 23 March 



'SSt- 



=Alice Whetenhall, dau. of William 
Whetenhall of East Peckham, co. 
Kent, esquire ; mentioned in her 
husband's will 19 November 1557. 
Will dated 31 October 155S, proved 
at Lambeth 11 May 1559 ("Post George Darell. 
mortem Poli," 63). She married 
istly Thomas Hedd of Maidstone, 
CO. Kent. 2nd wife. 



Alice Hedd, dau.= 
and coheir of 
Thomas Hedd 
of Maidstone, 
CO. Kent, by 
Alice his wife, 
dau. of William 
Whetenhall. ist 
wife. 



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^Thomas Darell of Scotney,= 
esquire ; born 4 March 
5 



i^i^ 



executor 
9 September 



to his 
father 9 September 1558, 
and to his brother George 
17 May 1567 ; died at 
Battle, CO. Sussex, 22 
September 1584. Inq. 
p. m. taken at Deptford 
S November 1586 (C. Vol. 
2og, No. 36). 



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=Mary Roydon, dau. 
of Thomas Roydon 
of Fortune Hall, 
in East Peckham ; 
marr. at St. An- 
tholin's, London, 
22 January 1 54,* ; 
mentioned in her 
father's will 1 o 
August 1557. 2nd 
wife. 



George Darell of Gray's 
Inn, London, gent ; ad- 
mitted to Gray's Inn 1 540 ; 
mentioned in iiis father's 
will 19 November 1557 ; 
executor to his uncle 
Stephen 5 March 156^. 
Will dated 10 March i56f, 
proved 17 May 1567 
(P.C.C. 14 Stuniiarde). 



Rev. Richard Darell, Vicar of Lamberhurst, co. Kent ; Fellow of All SoulsV 
Oxford, 1515 ; B.C.L. 1520; Rector of Great Bromley, co. Essex, 1524, 
Prebendary of Chichester 1541 ; Vicar of Lamberhurst 1547, Rector of Little 
Mongeham 1549, and Vicar of Northbourne 1549, all co. Kent; mentioned in 
wills of his brothers Thomas 19 November 1557, and Stephen 6 February 155^. 
Will dated i October 1558 and 23 March 155!;, proved at Rochester 2 September 
1568 (Vol. 13, fo. 374). ^ 




Anne Uvedale,=j=Stephen Darell of Spelmonden, co. Kent, gem. Clerk of= 
married 2 May the Kitchen to King Henry VIIL; mentioned in will of 
1541. ist wife, his brother Thomas 19 November 1557; died 7 February 
155I. Will dated 6 February 155!, proved 5 March 156^ 
(P.C.C. 9 Loftes). Inq. p. m. taken at Greenwich 25 April 
1559 (C. Vol. 123, No. g8). 



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Philip Welden, 
dau. of Edward 
Welden, Clerk of 
the Green Cloth. 
2nd wife. 



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William Darell of Lytlington, co. Sussex, gent ;=. . . died 
mentioned in his father's will 19 November before 15 
1557 ; executor to his sister's will i February September 
157I. Will dated 15 September 1589, proved 1589. 
14 November 1594 (P.C.C. 74 Dixy). 



Frances Darell, mentioned in 
her father's will 19 November 
1557. Will dated 8 May 1573, 
proved 1 February 157I (P.C.C. 
5 Pyckering). 



Edward Darell of Pagham, co. Sussex, esquire. Clerk of the= 
Acatery to Queen Elizabeth ; mentioned in his father's will 
19 November 1557 ; executor to will of his uncle Stephen 
5 March 156° ; received a grant of the Manor of Nytimber, 
in Pagham, by Letters Patent dated 8 April 1560; died 
25 June 1573. Will dated 19 February 156^, proved 26 
October 1573 (P.C.C. 32 Peter). Inq. p. m. taken at 
Crawley 25 February 157! (C Vol. 16 J., No. pj). 



=Mary Darell, dau. and heir of 
Marmaduke Darell of Pagham, 
gent, by Anne his wife ; executrix 
to her husband 26 October 1573. 
Will (nuncupative) dated 8 Jan- 
uary 160 J, proved 24 April 1602 
(P.C.C. id Montague). 



Elizabeth Morley,=j=Sir Thomas Darell of Pagham, knight ; born= 



daughter of Robert 
Morley of Glynde, 
CO. Sussex. I St 
wife. 



10 August 1553 (being aged 19 years 10 
months and 15 days at his father's death 
25 June 1573); M.P. for East Retford i 
March i6of ; knighted at the Coronation of 
King James L 23 July 1603 ; bought Manor 
of Horkstow, co. Lincoln, 17 May 1607. 



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=Anne Muschamp,= 
daughter of Wil- 
liam Muschamp 
of Unsted and 
Godalming, co. 
Surrey. 2nd wife. 



=Bridget 
Crosby. 
3rd wife. 



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(For issue see Vol. XI., pages 122 a>id I2j.) 



Christopher Darell of London, Citizen and= 
Merchant Taylor ; mentioned in his father's 
will 19 November 1557 ; (?) bur. at St. Mary 
Abchurch, London, 3 December 1581. 
Will dated 22 November 1581; administra- 
tion granted 19 January 158!^ (P.C.C. 
4 Tirwhite). 



=Grace Rowley, dau. of William Rowley of St. Mary 
Abchurch, Citizen and Haberdasher; administrator 
to her husband 19 January 158!^ ; bur. at St. Mary 
Abchurch, London. Will dated 9 May and 9 June 
1612, proved 17 July 1612 (P.C.C. 5i Fenner). 
She married istly William Kettle of St. Mary 
Abchurch, London, Citizen and Clothworker. 



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Sir Simon Harcourt of Stanton Harcourt, co. Oxford, knight ;= 
knighted for bravery at the battle of the Spurs 18 August 1513 ; 
died 16 January 1547, bur. at Stanton Harcourt. He married 
2ndly Elizabeth, dau. of Lord Darcy and Meynell. 



=(?) Agnes. 



Ursula, married 
William Roberts. 



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Philip Darell, mentioned in wills of his grandfather 
19 November 1557, and of his uncle William 15 
September 1589. 



John Darell, mentioned in his grand- 
father's will 19 November 1557. 



Anne Lennard,= 
dau. of John 
Lennard of 

Knole,co. Kent. 
I St wife. 



=Sir Marmaduke Darell of Fulmer, co.= 
Buckingham, knight, Cofferer of the King's 
Household; born 24 May 1557; admitted 
to Gray's Inn g August 1599 ; Victualler of 
the Navy 1601 ; knighted at Whitehall 24 
July 1603; executor to wills of his mother 
24 April 1602, and to his brother George 
31 December 1631; died 22 March 163^ 
bur. at Fulmer. M.I. Will dated 23 
February 163I, proved 26 March 1632 
(P.C.C. 29 Atidky). Inq. p. m. taken at 
Beaconsfield 26 September 1632 {C. 
Vol. 482, No. 58). 



=Ann Kidderminster, dau. of 
Edward Kidderminster of Lang- 
ley, CO. Buckingham ; marr. at 
Camberwell, co. Surrey, 19 Feb- 
ruary 162!, marriage settlements 
dated 4 February ; living 1 1 
January 163I. She married istly 
John Clapham of St, Dunstan's- 
in-the-West, London, one of the 
Six Clerks in Chancery ; 3rdly 
Gilbert Nevile of Grove, co. 
Nottingham ; and 4thly Colonel 
Sandys. 2nd wife. 



Sir Sampson Darell of Fulmer, knight; of Queen's=[=Elizabetli Hampden, dau. and heir of 



College, Oxford, matriculated 8 May 1607, aged 
13, B.A. i6^§ ; admitted to Gray's Inn 7 November 
1610; knighted at Greenwich 13 June 1619; 
aged 38, 22 March 163^; executor to his father 26 
March 1632; died at St. Botolph's, Aldgate, London, 
23 May 1635. Will dated 21 May 1635, proved 
I July 163s (P.C.C. 84 Sadler). Inq. p. ni. taken at 
Colebrook 11 January 163I (C. Vol. ^26, N'o. i^i). 



Christoplier Hampden of Ilarlwell 
and Wendover, co. Buckingham ; marr. 
at Great Hampden, co. Buckingham, 
13 June 1614, marriage settlements 
dated I February 1 6 1 J ; executrix to 
her husband i July 1635. Will dated 
2 December 1637, proved 26 July 
1638 (P.C.C. 87 Lee). 



76 



Christopher 
Darell. 



Henry Darell, men- 
tioned in will of 
his uncle William 
15 September i58y. 



George Shakerley= 
of VVrotham, cu. 
Kent. 



=Elizabeth, mentioned in wills of her 
brothers, the Rev. George, 24 April 
1 63 1, and Sir Marmaduke 23 February 
>63l- 



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Marmaduke Darell of Horkstow, co. Lincoln, esquire ; mentioned=|=Elizabeth Fitch, dau. of 



m will of his uncle George 24 April 1631 ; of Queen's College, 
Oxford, matriculated 23 Jime 1615, aged 16; of Gray's Inn, 
admitted 10 August 1616. Administration granted 20 June 
1673 (P.C.C.) 



Robert Fitc:h, by Anne his 
wife ; marriage settlements 
dated 3 August 1620. 



Marmaduke Darell of Horkstow, esquire ; of Queen's College,= 
Oxford, matriculated 27 April 1638, aged 16; admitted to 
Lincoln's Inn 10 October 1639; administrator to his father 
20 June 1673 ; living 10 April 1679 ; died before 9 December 
1689. 



=Bridget Towers, dau. 
and coheir of Nicholas 
Towers of York, by 
Katharine his wife. 



George 
Darell. 



Marmaduke Darell, 
admitted to Gray's 
Inn 15 May 1661. 



I 
James Darell, ad- 
ministrator to his 
brother Nicholas 
10 April 1679. 



Nicholas Darell of St. Stephen's, Walbrook, London ; 
educated at Alford Grammar School and at Lincoln 
College, Oxford, matriculated 21 May 1669, aged 17, 
B.A. 167I; M.D. (Cambridge) 1678. Administration 
granted 10 April 1679 (P.C.C.) 



I 
Marmaduke Darell of Madras, India, 
granted 9 June 17 10 (P.C.C.) 



Administration 



Edward DarcU of 
Bengal, India. 



Anne Darell. 



Daniel Wray of Richmond, co. Surrey, F.R.S. ; born in= 
St. Botolph's, Aldersgate, London, 28 November 1701 ; 
educated at Charterhouse and at Queens' College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1722; M.A. 1728; F.R.S. 13 March 172!; 
F.S.A. in January 1 74^ ; Deputy-Teller of the Exchequer 
1745 ; Trustee of the British Museum 18 June 1765 ; died 
29 December 1783, bur. in St. Botolph's, .Mdersgate. Will 
dated 23 May and 12 November 1778, proved 7 January 
1784 (P.C.C. 55 Rockingham). Portrait by Sir Nathaniel 
Holland at Queens' College ; another by Nathaniel Dance, 
of which there is a copy {by John Powell) at Charterhouse. 
(See "Dictionary of National Biography" Vol. LXIII., 
page 78.) 



=Mary, born 22 September, bapt. 
at Putney, co. Surrey, 27 Sep- 
tember 1725 ; marr. 17 June 
1758; executrix to her husband 
7 January 1784; died at Mount 
Ararat, Richmond, 10 March 
1803, bur. at St. Botolph's, 
Aldersgate. Will dated 29 Octo- 
ber 1 80 1 and 8 November 1802, 
proved 26 March 1803 (P.C.C. 
282 Marriott). 



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Thomas Crewe of the Middle Temple, Loadon,=Blanche, marriage licence Mary 
barrister-at-law; admitted to the Middle Temple 25 (Bishop of London) dated Darell. 
January 1594, called to the Bar 26 November 1602; 27 January 159!, then 
aged about 27, 27 January 1595. aged about 24. 



Sir Robert Gorges of Wraxall, co. Somerset, knight ; of Balliol= 
College, Oxford, matriculated 6 July 1613, aged 15; knighted at 
Greenwich 13 June 1619; M.P. for Ilchester 27 April 1625 and 
5 March 162^, and for Taunton 20 January 1625 ; bur. at 
Wraxall 27 December 1636. 



=Mary, born 26 April 1593; 
marr. at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, 2 July 16 16, 
marriage licence (West- 
minster) dated 28 June. 



Edward Darell of Whitechapel,= 
CO. Middlesex, gent ; aged about 
39, 5 September 1671 ; died 
17 December 1707. 



=Anne Phipps, dau. of George Phipps of 
Whitechapel ; marriage licence (Vicar- 
General) dated 5 September 167 1, then 
aged about 24 ; mentioned in will of her 
son Marmaduke 10 May 17 14. 



A 



l^For issue see page Si.) 



Elizabeth Darell. 



Anne Darell. 



Anne Pyott, dau. of John Pyott= 
of Tring, co. Hertford, esquire ; 
aged about 18, 22 November 
1665; marriage licence (Vicar- 
General) 12 February 1675- She 
married istly William Wriggles- 
worth of Walthamstow, co. Essex, 
esquire, rst wife. 



Edward Darell of Putney, co.= 
Surrey, Citizen and Stationer ; 
admitted to Alford Grammar 
School in 1664; aged 24, 12 
February 167S; administrator 
to his grandfather 9 December 
1689 ; died 16 February, 
buried at Putney 24 February 
171^. M.I. Will dated 15 
October 17 18 and 10 June 
1 7 19, proved 27 February 
I7|§(P.C.C. 28 Shalkr). 



^Elizabeth Briscoe, dau. of 
John Briscoe of St. Stephen's, 
Walbrook, London, by 
Beatrice his wife ; married 
at Mortlake, co. Surrey, 2 1 
July 1688, marriage licence 
(Faculty Oflice) dated 19 
July 1688, then aged 21 ; 
buried at Putney 25 January 
174I. 2nd wife. 



John Darell, 
died young. 



John Jeffreys of Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, =j=Elizabeth, living 27 July 1741; 



esquire; died in Lincoln's Inn Fields 20 July 
1 74 1. Will dated 7 June 1740, proved 27 July 
1741 (P.C.C. i8i S/iunvay). 



(?) died 9 May 1753. 



Rev. John Jeffreys, D.D., Canon of St. Paul's (3rd son); born 20 August= 
1718; educated at Westminster, admitted Scholar 1732, and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 14 June 1737, B.A. 1741 ; M.A. 1745; B.D. 
and D.D. 1769; Rector of St. Nicholas, Cole Abbey, London, 14 May 1746 
-92; of Great Berk ham pstead, co. Hertford, 1756; of Whitford, co. Flint 
(sinecure), 1762; of Barnes, co. Surrey, 1792-95; Canon of Christ Church 
19 August 1769; Prebendary of St. Paul's 20 May and Canon 3 June 1779; 
died, aged 81, 20 November 1798, bur. at Great Berkhanipstead. M.I. Will 
dated 16 July 1792 to 16 February 1796, proved 4 December 179S 
(P.C.C. 781 Walpok). 

7« 



=Elizabeth, bapt. 
at Putney 10 July 
1727 ; married 
2 June 1761; 
mentioned in will 
of her sister Mary 
26 March 1803. 



Elizabeth Eton,= 
buried in West- 
minster Abbey 
31 August 1621. 
I St wife. 



=Rev. George Darell, D.I).; of New College,^ 
Oxford, matriculated 25 October 1589, aged 14; 
Fellow of All Souls', 15. A. 1594; M.A. 159I ; 
B.U. 1605; U.D. 160I; admitted to Gray's Inn 
25 November 1600; Prebendary of Westminster 
8 June 1607; Rector of Wormley, co. Hertford, 
22 September 1610, of West Hanningfield, co. 
Essex, 23 December 161 1, and of Beaconsfield, 
CO. Buckingham, September 1631 ; Prebendary 
of Lincoln 23 April 1618 ; died 31 October, bur. in 
Westminster Abbey 4 November 163 1. Will 
dated 24 April 1631, proved 31 December 1631 
(P.C.C. 135 St. John). 



'Ann Darell, dau. of John 
Darell of Cale Hill, co. 
Kent, by Anne his wife, 
dau. and coheir of the 
Rt. Rev. Robert Home, 
Bishop of Winchester ; 
born 4 November, bapt. 
at Little Chart, co. Kent, 
6 November 1580; marr. 
there 4 October 1622 ; 
died in 1634. 2nd wife. 



Elizabeth, mentioned in will 
of her uncle Sir Marmaduke 
Darell 23 February 163I. 



Anne, bapt. at St. Mar- 
garet's, Westminster, 
24 May 1616; living 
23 February 163 J. 



George Darell, bapt. at 
St. Margaret's, West- 
minster, 4 May 1619 ; 
died young. 



James Harrington of the Little Ambry, Westminster, esquire=Katherine, 
(eldest son of Sir Sapcotes Harrington of Rand, co. Lincoln, buried at St. 
knight); born at Upton, co. Northampton, 7 January 161^; of Margaret's, 
Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 29 January i6|§ ; of the Westminster, 
Middle Temple, admitted 1631 ; Groom of the Bedchamber to i5Aprili659. 
King Charles L at Holmby House and in the Isle of Wight ; 
imprisoned in the Tower 26 November 1661 ; died at Westminster 
II September 1677, bur. in St. Margaret's Church, ^Vestnlinster, 
Author of "The Commonwealth of Oceana' (1656), and other 
works. {&c ^^ Dictionary of National Biography" Vol. XXIV., 
page 434-) 



Elizabeth, 
born 16 
April 1597. 



Anne Darell, of Roehampton, co, Surrey ; died 20 October, Elizabeth, (?) bur. at Putney 
bur. at Putney, co. Surrey, 23 October 1727. Will dated 18 3 February 1754. She 
October 1727, proved 6 November 1727 (P.C.C. 257 Farrant). married . . . Rainey. 



Robert Darell of Richmond, co. Surrey, esquire ; of Trinity=j=Mary Porten, dau. of James 



College, Oxford, matriculated 10 July 1712, aged 18; of Lincoln's 
Inn, admitted 9 June 1712; executor to wills of his father 27 
February 17^5, and to his aunt Anne 6 November 1727; died, 
aged 84, at Richmond 7 September, bur. at Putney 13 September 
1777. M.I. Will dated 18 and 19 February 1768 to i August 
1772, proved 20 September 1777 (P.C.C. 382 Cottier). 



Porten of Putney ; marr. at 
Roehampton 17 December 
1724; died 14 November, 
bur. at Putney 20 November 
•734- 



Edward Darell of Richmond, esquire; born 27 August, 
bapt. at Putney 2 September 1728 ; (?) Director of the Bank 
of England ; died, aged 86, 29 July 1814, bur. at Putney. 
M.I. 



Katherine Darell, bapt. at Putney 
6 June 1730; bur. there 29 
December 1731. 



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Samuel Sheppard of Minchinhampton, co. Gloucester, esquire ;=i=Anne, married before 



High Sheriff of co. Gloucester 1730; died, aged 62, 20 December 
1749, bur. at Minchinhampton. M.I. Will dated 4 October 1749, 
proved 23 January 174^, by Anne and Elizabeth Sheppard, daughters. 
(P.C.C. 28 Greenly). 



15 October 17 18; died, 
aged 58, 29 August 
1749, bur. at Minchin- 
hampton. M.I. 



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John Darell of York Street, St. James',= 
London, banker; born 10 April, bapt. 
at Putney, co. Surrey, 13 April 1706; 
of Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 
30 April 1722 ; died 16 January, bur. 
in Bath Abbey 23 January 1768. M.I. 
Will dated 2 January 1768, proved 
9 February 1768 (F.C.C. 56 Seeker). 



=Katherine Acton, dau. of Edward Acton 
of London, banker ; marr. at St. James', 
Westminster, 25 October 1744; died, 
aged 64, 19 November, bur. in Bath 
Abbey 24 November 1774. M.I. \\"\\\ 
dated 30 October 1774, proved 3 
December 1774 (P.C.C. 431 Bargrave). 



Katherine 
Darell. 



John Darell of Richmond, 
CO. Surrey, esquire ; born 
9 June 1748; Fellow-Com- 
moner of Queens' College, 
Cambridge, where he died 
12 February 1771. Will 
dated 9 February 1771, 
proved 16 February 1771 
(P.C.C. 55 Trevor). 



Thomas Benet of Pythouse, co. Somerset,=i=Catherine, married 



esquire ; of Wadham College, Oxford, 
matriculated 4 June 1747, aged 18; 
Fellow of All Souls' (founder's kin) ; 
died, aged 68, in May 1797, bur. at 
Norton Bavent, co. Wilts. Will dated 
23 July 1795 and 3 April 1797, proved 
4 August 1797 (P.C.C. 539 Exeter). 
He married istly Frances, dau. of the 
Rev. Richard Reynolds of Little Paxton, 
CO. Huntingdon. 



at St. James', West- 
minster, 3 January 
1 77 I ; died 28 No- 
vember 1780, bur. 
at Norton Bavent. 



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Richard Croftes of West Harling, co. Norfolk, esquire ; 
educated at Eton and at St. John's College, Cambridge, 
admitted Fellow-Commoner 3 July 1758 ; M.A. 1761 ; M.P. 
for Cambridge University 4 February 1771 to 1 Se[)tember 
1780; died in Jermyn Street, London, 4 July 1783, bur. 
at West Harling. Will dated 9 May and 10 July 1781, 
proved 11 July 1783 (P.C.C. 343 Cornwatlis). /|\ 



^Harriet, not 21, 2 January 1768; 
married 11 February 1773, mar- 
riage settlements dated 3 Feb- 
ruary ; mentioned in her mother's 
will 7 March 1801 ; living in 
1826. 



Judith DaruU, bapt. 
at Richmond 22 
April 1 732 ; bur. at 
I'utney i November 
J734- 



Robert Darell of Sackville Street, Piccadilly, London, Sub-Governor 
of the South Sea House; bapt. at Richmond 30 September 1734; died, 
aged 67, at Richmond 10 October, buried at Putney 17 October 1801. 
M.I. Will dated 7 March 1801, proved 22 October 1801 (P.C.C. 
656 Abercrombie). 



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Pedigree of Darell of Richmond Hill, 
Surrey, Baronet. 



Darell. 

[Vol. 1 6, p. 65.1 



Edward Darell of Whitfchapel,= 
CO. Midi-llcsc.x, gent ; aged aboiil 
39, 5 September 1671 ; died 
17 December i 707. 

{See page 78.) 



Anne Phi|)p.s, dau. of George Pliipps 
of Whitechapel ; marriage licence 
(Vicar-(;eneral) dated 5 September 
167 J, then aged about 24; mentioned 
in will of her son Marmaduke 10 May 
1714. 



Marmaduke Darell of the Middle 
Temple, London, gent ; bur. in 
the Temple Church, London, 
8 March 171I. Will dated 10 
May 1 7 14, proved 21 March 
171 j (P.C.C. 47 Fox). 



Edward Darell of=f=Sabina Hall, 
St. James', Clerken- 
well, CO. Middlesex. 
Administration was 
granted 27 April 
1 7 14 (P.C.C.) 



administratrix 
to her hus- 
band 27 April 
1 7 14; 



Rev. Edward Darell, Vicar of Chenies, 
CO. Buckingham ; of University College, 
Oxford, matriculated 17 April 1722, aged 
17; B.C.L. 172I; Vicar of Chenies 16 
May 1749. Will dated 5 December 1781 
and ig September 1785, proved 10 
February 1786 (P.C.C. 77 Norfnlk.) 



Lionel Darell of Bedford Row,= 
Bloomsbury, co. Middlesex ; 
died, aged 70, 19 October 
1783. Will dated 16 Septem- 
ber 1776, proved 27 October 
1783 (P.C.C. 509 Coriiwallis). 



=Honoria Hardwick, 
dau. of Humphrey 
Hardwick, Vice- 
Consul at Lisbon in 
Portugal ; mart. 30 
July 1766 ; bur. 15 
Mav 1800. 



Sir Lionel Darell of Richmond Hill, co.= 
Surrey, baronet ; born at Lisbon 25 September 
1742 ; executor to his father 27 October 1783 ; 
a Director and Chairman of the East Lndia 
Company; M.P. for Lyme Regis 1780 to 
1784, and for Hedon 1784 to 1802 ; created 
a baronet 12 May 1795; died 30 October, 
bur. in Richmond Church 8 November 
1803. M.L Will dated 3 December 
1801, proved 21 November 1803 (P.C.C. 
888 Marriott). {See ''Memorial Rings" 
No. gj2, page 301.) 



Tsabella Tullie, dau. of 
Timothy Tullie of Queen 
Square, Bloomsbury, co. 
Middlesex, a Director of 
the East India Company ; 
marr. at St. George's, Queen 
Square, Bloomsbury, 30 
July 1766; died, aged 61, in 
Grosvenor Square, London, 
6 May, bur. in Richmond 
Church 15 May 1800. M.L 
{See ''Memorial Rings," 
lYo. gjj, page 2g4.) 



Major John Darell, 
Lieutenant in the 
Madras Service 23 
July 1770; Captain 
3 August 1778. 
Will dated 9 April 
1789, proved 9 
July 1789 (P.C.C. 
357 Macham). 



Isabella Sir Harry Verelst Darell, baronet ; born at Calcutta, = 
Darell. India, 25 December 1768 ; a Senior Merchant on 
the Bengal Establishment and Commercial 
Resident of the East India Company at Eatwah 
and Calpu, India ; succeeded his father as 2nd 
baronet 30 October 1803 ; died at Calpu 13 
April 1828. Will dated 30 iVugust 181 1, with 
codicil dated 8 August 1827, proved 24 October 
1829, by Dame Amelia Maria Anne Darell, relict 
(P.C.C. 578 Liverpool). 



=Amelia Maria Anne Beecher, only 
dau. of William Beecher of How- 
bury, CO. Bedford ; marr. 2 June 
1809 ; died at 9 Queen's Gate 
Terrace, London, aged 87, 5 
January, bur. at Fretheme, co. 
Gloucester, 10 January 1878. 
Will dated 14 February 1874, 
proved 7 February 1878 (Prin. 
Reg., 117, 78). 



A 

{For issue see "Visitation of England and J J ales," 
Vol. XVI., page dj.) 



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Lionel Darell, (?) died Honoria Darell, (?) died Amelia Darell, executrix to her father 
before 3 December 1 80 1. before 3 December 1801. 21 November 1803. 



Lieut.-General Sir Miles Nightingall, K.C.B. ; born 25 December 1768;= 
entered the Army as Ensign 4 April 1787; Lieutenant 1788; Captain 
1794; Major and Lieut.-Colonel 1795; Colonel 1803; Major-General 
1810 ; Lieut.-General 4 June 1814; served in Madras with the 52nd Foot 
at capture of Dinigul and siege of Palicatcherry (1790), and as Brigade- 
Major at the siege of Bangalore and taking of Pondicherry (August 1793) ; 
commanded the 92nd Foot at the capture of Trinidad (1797); served on 
the staff at San Domingo (December 1797), and the expedition to the 
Helder (September and October 1799), and to Quiberon (1800) Vijith 
Lord Lake at Agra (17 October 1803) and Leswaree ; in the Peninsula he 
commanded a brigade at Roleia and Vimcero (21 August 1808), and the 
ist Division at Fuentes d'Onoro (3 May 181 1), gold medal ; Commander- 
in-Chief in Java October 1813, and Bombay 6 February 1816 ; K.C.B. 
4 January 1815 ; Colonel 6th West India Regiment 20 March 1815, and 
49th Foot 19 February 1820; M.P. for Eye 8 March 1820 until death; 
died, aged 61, at Gloucester, 19 September 1829. {See '■'■ Dictionary of 
National Biography" Vol. XLL, page 66). 



=Florentia Elizabeth, 
born in 1777 ; mar- 
ried at Richmond, 
CO. Surrey, 13 Au- 
gust 1800 ; died at 
York Place, Baker 
Street, London, 20 
December 1863. 



Major James Sharp, of the 2 isf=Clarissa, married at Richmond 2 January 1808 ; executrix 
Bengal Native Infantry, Lieutenant to her father 21 November 1803; died, aged 32, at 
30 October 1797; Captain 17 Heavitree, co. Devon, 29 August 1812, bur. in Richmond 
October 1805; Major 16 March Church. M.I. {See "Memorial Rings" A'^o. gj2, 
1 814. page 2g4.) 



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Pedigree of Moore. 



Moore. 

[Vol. i6, p. 69.] 



Charles Moore of Stretton, co. Derby, and of= 
Little Appleby, co. Leicester, yeoman ; bur. at 
Appleby 20 June 1654. \Vill dated 6 June 1654, 
proved 6 October 1654 (P.C.C. 70 Akhin). 



Cicely Yates, 
bur. at Appleby 
25 December 
1632. 



Charles Moore of Little Appleby ;= 
bur. at Appleby 27 June 1700. 



■Rebecca Mould, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Mould, Rector 
of Appleby; bur. there 4 April 1696. 



Rebecca, bapt. at Ap- 
pleby 25 July 1644. 
She married istly 
Thomas Dilly, and 
2ndly . . . White. 



Thomas Moore of Little Appleby, = 
gent; bapt. at Appleby 10 April 
1647; bur. at Appleby 25 April 
1725. M.L Will dated 9 January 
172I, proved 2 June 1725 (P.C.C. 
140 Hotnney). 



=Mary Heafield, dau. of Thomas 
Heafield of Appleby ; mentioned 
in will of George Moore 8 June 
1732; died 22 December, bur. at 
Appleby 25 December 1736. M.L 



John Wilde of^Sarah, bapt. at Appleby Mary Moore, 

Long Whatton, 24 December 1680; bapt. and bur. 

CO. Leicester. died 18 February 17! §, at Appleby 26 

bur. at .'Appleby. February 1682. 



Joseph Mould- 
of Great Ap- 
pleby ; men- 
tioned in will of 
George Moore 
24 March 1 74^. 



=Mary, bapt. at 
Appleby 5 March 
168^ ; marriage 
licence (Leicester) 
1705- 



A 



Thomas Watts of Stoke= 
Golding, CO. Leicester, 
gent. 



=Ruth, bapt. at Appleby 16 October 
1685 ; died before 9 January 172I. 



A 



Charles Moore, bapt. and bur. 
at Appleby 17 September 1687. 



George Moore of Little Appleby, esquire ; bapt. at 
Appleby 2 September 1688 ; High Sheriff for co. Leicester 
1728; executor to wills of his father 2 June 1725, and 
of his uncle George 26 July 1732 ; died, aged 62, 13 July, 
bur. at Appleby 20 July 1751. M.L Will dated 8 May 
1749, 24 March 17!^ and 27 February 175", proved 
3 August 175 1 (P.C.C. 240 Busby). 



Richard Farmer=j=Rebecca, bapt. at 



of Witherly, co. 
Leicester ; died 
before 9 Jan- 
uary 1724. 



Appleby 19 No- 
vember 1690 ; 
marr. there 3 
March 17^^. 



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83 



Sir John Moore, knight, of Mincing Lane, London, Citizen and Grocer, =^Liry Maddox, 
Alderman of London; bapt. at Norton-juxta-Twycross, co. I^eicesier, ir June mavr. in 1652 ; 
1620; executor to his father 6 October 1654; Alderman for Farringdon died, aged 58, 
Without 25 September 1666 to April 1667, and for Walbrook 26 September 16 May 1690, 

1671 ; Master of the Grocers' Company 1671 ; knighted at Wiiitehall 13 May bur. in St. Dun- 

1672 ; Sheriff 16 May 1672 ; Lord Mayor 1681, when he entertained the King Stan's - in - the - 
and Queen at dinner 29 October 16S1 ; Colonel of the Yellow Regiment of East, I^ondon. 
Militia 30 May 1682 ; M.P. for London 15 May 1685; President of Christ's M.L 
Hospital 1686; he rebuilt Grocers' Hall in 1682, built the Writing School at 

Christ's Hospital, and founded and endowed the Grammar School at Appleby ; 
died 2 June 1702, bur. at St. Dunstan's-in-the-East, London. M.L Will dated 
25 May 1702, proved 3 June 1702 (P.C.C. loi Heme). {See "Dictionary of 
National Biography;' Vol. XXXVIII., page 338). 



John Moore, Citizen and Fishmonger =f=Margaret Bardon, dau. of Major Richard Bardon of 
of London; bapt. at Appleby 29 July ! All Hallows", Barking, London, and Mary his wife; 



1649 ; mentioned in will of his uncle. 
Sir John, 25 May 1702. 



marriage licence (Vicar-General) 14 February i68|, 
then aoed 18. 



John Moore, bur. at St. I)unstan's-in-the-East, 
London, 25 June 1712. Administration granted 
5 Julyi7i2(P.C.C.) 



Mary, married . . . Bearcroft 
of London, apothecary. 



i7i-?> 



Thomas Farmer=f=Elizabeth, marr 
of Twycross, co. , at Appleby 
Leicester. February 

I marriage licence 
(Leicester). 



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John Moore of Southgate,= 
CO. Middlesex, esquire ; 
bapt. at Appleby 3 May 
1693; of the Middle 
Temple ; executor to his 
uncleGeorge 26 July 1732 ; 
died 27 August, bur. at St. 
Dunstan's - in - the - East, 
London, 3 September 1756. 



=Sarah Wright, dau. of Peter 
\Vright of Nottingham, by 
Ruth his wife, dau. of George 
and Sarah Moore {see next 
page) ; died 14 December, 
bur. at St. Dunstan's-in-the- 
East, London, 21 December 
1754- 



John Moore, Charles Moore of Little Appleby,= 

born 8 April D.C.L., F.R.S.; born 25 August 

1717 ; men- 17 18; of St. John's College, Oxford, 

tioned in will matriculated (?) 13 April 1736; 

of his uncle created D.C.L. 6 July 1768; of 

George 8 May the Middle Temple, barrister-at-law 

1749; died in 1742; F. R.S. 1768; executor to 

1751, buried his uncle George 3 August 1751; 

at St. Mary's, died at Long Melford, co. .Suffolk, 

Nottingham. 18 May 1775, '^"''- '" ^'- Dunstan's- 
in-the-East, London. 



=Elizabeth Mould, dau. of 
John Mould, alias Moore, 
of Kentwall Hall, co. Suf- 
folk, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Ambrose Brinkley 
of Lawshall, co. Suffolk ; 
born 6 March 172.^ ; 
marr. at Long Melford 
12 October 1751; died 
6 March 1765, bur. at 
St. Dunstan's-in-the-East. 



Sarah Moore. 



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Sarah Moore, bapt. 
at Appleby, co. 
Leicester, 26 March 
1626 ; died in 
infancy. 



George Moore, 
bur. at Appleby 
II March 162^. 



George Moore of Little Appleby,= 
gent ; bapt. at Appleby 22 
March 162J; bur. at Appleby 
22 January 168*. Will dated 
21 December 1684, proved at 
Leicester 4 December 1685. 



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=Sarah Ilarthill, dau. of 
Thomas Harthill of 
Great Appleby : niarr. 
at Appleby 11 July 
1655 ; bur. there 1 
June 1706. 



Rev. Charles Moore, Rector of VVorplesdon, co.= 
Surrey; bapt. at Appleby 16 May 1651 ; (?) of 
Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1674 ; 
M.A. 1678; died, aged 77, 8 September 1726, 
bur. at VVorplesdon. M.L Will dated 18 April 
1723, proved 20 September 1726 (P.C.C. 



188 Plymouth). 



=Elizabeth Bailey, dau. of Thomas Bailey of 
All Hallows-the-Less, London, Citizen and 
Dyer ; marriage licence (Faculty Office) dated 
26 July 1684, then aged 21 ; died, aged 39, 
19 May 1 701, bur. at VVorplesdon. M.L 



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Elizabeth White, dau. of=|=Thomas Moore of=f=Catherine Gell, dau. of the Rev. George 



Matthew White, by Susan 
Spenser his wife ; marr. at 
Appleby 6 October 17 19, 
marriage licence (Leicester) 
dated 1719 ; bur. at Appleby 
2 September 1733. istwife. 



Bentley, co. War- 
wick ; bapt. at 
Appleby 24 June 
1698 ; died ig 
November 1762. 



Gell, Rector of Appleby, and of Thurning, 
CO. Huntingdon ; marr. at Appleby 14 July 
1740; died, aged 73, 10 February 1789. 
2nd wife. 



Rev. Thomas Moore of Little Appleby and of 
Bentley; born 13 May, bapt. at Appleby 15 May 
1723; (?) of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 
1744; M.A. 1749; executor to his uncle George 
3 August 1751 ; died 9 February 1793, bur. at 
Appleby. Will dated 11 May 1780, proved 5 April 
1793 (P.C.C. 213 DodweU). 



Elizabeth Moore, 
bapt. at Appleby 
13 August 1724; 
bur. there 4 Sep- 
tember following. 



George Moore, 
bapt. at Apple- 
by 28 August 
1733; bur. there 

>5 July 1734- 



Catherine, bapt. 10 October 
1 741 ; mentioned in will 
of her brother Thomas 1 1 
May 1780. Administra- 
tion granted 8 May 181 2 
(P.C.C). 



George Moore of Little 
esquire; bapt. at Appleby 10 March 
1743; High Sheriff for"co. Leicester 
1794; died, aged 71, 11 June 1813. 
Will dated 6 May 1806 to 5 May 
1812, proved 21 June 1814 (P.C.C. 
365 Br id port). 



Appleby,=i=Elizabeth Darker, dau. 
and heir of William 
Darker, by his wife Eliza- 
beth Milnerof Seckington, 
CO. Warwick. 



8S 



Thomas Sherwood of Long=j=Joan, bur. at Long Whatton,=j=John Wilde, livuig 6 October 
Whatton, co. Leicester, ist | 6 May 1698. | 1654. 2nd husband, 

husband. /{\ /f^ 



George Moore of Lambeth, co. Samuel Short,= 

Surrey, merchant ; died 24 July Citizen and 

1732, bur. at St. Dunstan's-in-the- Salter of Lon- 

East, London. Will dated 8 June don ; aged 

1732, proved 26 July 1732 (P.C.C. about 25, 6 

191 Bedford). October 1686. 



=]\Iary, bapt. at Appleby, co. Leicester, 
25 January 165^ ; marr. at St. Dionis 
Backchurch, London, 7 October i685, 
marriage licence (Vicar-General) dated 
6 October; died in 1724, bur. at St. 
Dunstan's-in-the-East, London. 



A 



Mary, bapt. at Rev. John Moore of Bentley, co. Warwick ;= 
Appleby 12 bapt. 14 January 1749; (?) of Emmanuel 
February, bur. College, Cambridge, B.A. 1773; M.A. 1776: 
there 14 March executor to his brothers Thomas 5 April 1793, 
following. and George 21 June 1814; died 26 December 

1814. Will dated 12 December 181 1, proved 
30 May 181 5 (P.C.C. 264 Pakenham). 



=Mary Hurt, dau. of Francis 
Hurt of Aldervvasley, co. 
Derby, esquire ; marr. at 
Wirksworth, co. Derby, 4 
July 1780, marriage settle- 
ments dated i July ; executrix 
to her husband 30 May 1815. 



Mary Anne, born and bapt. 16 
October, bur. 18 October 1788. 



Catherine, born 29 January 
1775 ; living 15 April 1858. 



Elizabeth, born 31 December 
1775 ; living 15 April 1858. 



Mary, bom 17 September 
1777 ; living in 1831. 



86 



William Moore, bapt. at Appleby, 
CO. Leicester, 20 August 1659. 



Daniel Moore, bapt. at Jonathan Moore, bapt. at 
Appleby 13 July 1662. Appleby 17 September 1665. 



Susan Drummond, only= 
dau. of John Drummond 
of Megginch Castle, co. 
Perth, by Lady Susan 
(Fane) his wife, 2nd dau. 
of John, 9th Earl of 
Westmorland {see " V/si- 
tation of E?ig/and and 
Wales," Vol. XVIII., 
page 8j) ; marr. in 1811 ; 
died in 1813. ist wife. 



A\ 



=George Moore of Little Appleby= 
and of Snareston Lodge, both 
CO. Leicester, and of Bentley, 
CO. Warwick ; born 3 1 Decem- 
ber 1778, bapt. 2 January 1779 ; 
executor to his father 21 June 
1814, and to his uncle, the 
Rev. John, 30 May 1815 ; High 
Sheriff for co. Leicester ; died 
23 June 1827. Will dated 6 
.\pril 1827, proved 5 January 
1828 (P.C.C. 30 Sutton). 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XVI., page 6g). 



'Elizabeth Hurt, 2nd dau. of Francis 
Hurt of Alderwasley, co. Derby, and 
of eastern, co. Stafford, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of James Shuttleworth 
of Gawthorpe Hall, and of Barton 
Lodge, both co. Lancaster {see Vol. 
II, page 44); marr. 20 April 1815 ; 
died at her house. Friar Gate, 
Derby, 16 June 1841. Will dated 
21 May 1840, proved 7 April 1842 
(P.C.C. 273, 42). 2nd wife. 



Thomas Moore of Rud-= 
dington, co. Nottingham ; 
born 21 December 1783 ; 
Sheriff for co. Nottingham 
1831 ; died 21 November 
1852. Will dated 29 July 
1848 to 22 March 1851, 
proved 19 May 1853 
(P.C.C. 389, S3)- 



l=Elizabeth Edge, 
dau. of Thomas 
Webb Edge of 
Strelley, co. Not- 
tingham ; marr. 
29 August 181 1, 
marriage settle- 
ments dated 23 
August. 

A 



John Moore, born 
4 December 1784 ; 
died, aged 75, at 
Appleby, 15 August 
i860. Will dated 15 
April 1858, proved 
at Derby 29 August 
i860. 



Charles Moore, born 1 1 
October 1787 ; barrister-at- 
law ; J. P. for co. Leicester ; 
died at Appleby 9 March 
1827. Administration(with 
will dated 24 January 1826) 
granted(P.C.C. 309 j'ZjAv) 
19 May 1827. 



87 



Moore. 

[\'ol. i6, p. 69. 



Grant of Augnientatioii of Anns to Sir fohn Moore, 
' 1683. 

\A^hereas the Kings most Excellent Maj"^ hath by Warrant under his Signet 
& Sign Manual Signified unto me Robert Earl of Ailesbury Deputy Earl Marshall 
of England and one of the Lords of his Maj"^' most Hon'''^ Privy Councill his 
Royal Pleasure touching an Augmentacon to the Arms of S'" John Moore Kn' 
late Lord Mayor of the Citty of London in these Words : 
Charles R. 

Charles the Second by the Grace of God King of England Scotland France 
and Ireland Defender of the Faith etc. To Our Right I'rusty and Right W'ellbeloved 
Cousin and Counsellor Robert Earl of Ailesbury Deputy to Our Right Trusty and 
Right Entirely beloved Cousin Henry Duke of Norfolk Our Earl Marshall of 
England Greeting We calling to mind the many faithful Services of our Trusty 
& VVelbeloved S'' John Moore K' late Lord Mayor of Our City of London who 
in his Year of Maioralty which was a time of great Tryal and difficulty demonstrated 
such a Constant and unshaken loyalty towards Us as by God's special Assistance 
hath enabled him with Courage and Resolution to maintain the Hon"^ and Dignity 
of Our Crown as well as the true Rights and Privileges of that our Citty and 
also to stand firm against all Threats & Violences of an impetuous fierce & 
seditious party which would have ended in Overturning the Government had they 
not been stopt in their Course by his Prudence and Courage We have therefore 
thought fitt in Consideration thereof to make some Addition to his Coat of Arms 
and that of his Family which may remain to Posterity as a Notable Mark or 
Badge of his Constant Fidelity Wherefore Our Will and Pleasure is that the 
said S"" John Moore and the Descendents of Charles Moore Father of the said 
S'' John Moore do henceforth bear as an Augmentation to their Armes 
On a Canton Gules One of Our Lyons of England And our further 
pleasure is That Yow Our Deputy Earl Marshall do require Our Servants the 
Kings Heralds and Pursuivants of Armes to marshall & sett forth as Occasion 
shall require the Armes of the said S'' John Moore and the Descendents of 
Charles Moore his Father with the Augmentation aforesaid and to cause these 
Presents to be regist'' on Record in Our College of Arms And for so doing this 
shall be yo"" Warrant Given at Our Court at ^Vhitehall the 28''' day of September 
1683 in the five and thirtieth Year of Our Reigne 

By his Ma''" Comand 

L : Jenkins. 

These are therefore to Will and require you and Every of you 'I'hat on all 
Occasions Wherein you shall be concerted by Virtue of your Offices you take 
Special Notice of his Maj''" before recited Pleasure & Conform yo'' Selves 
thereunto accordingly and also that You Enter these presents on Record in the 
College of Arms in due manner AVhereof fail not and these shall be unto you 
& every one of you afificient Warrant Dated under my hand and the Seal of 
the Earl Marshalls Office this 26"" day of October 1683 Annocj^ R R Caroli 
2^' nunc Anglis etc-'' 35°. ^gj^,^^^^ Ailesbury 

To the Kings Heralds & Purs'^: 
of Arms and every of them 

Exam'' p Rob"^ Dkvenish RegTi 

Gre"' King Roiig Dragon 

This is a true and Perfect Copy Extracted from 
the Earl Marshall's Book marked 1. 26, 
fo. y/, 7101V remaining in the College of 
Arms, London IVitness Our Hands the 
20"' day of September Anno Domini i~3g 

Ja^ Lane Rich" Mawson 

Richmond Portcullis. 

{British Museum, Add' MSS i()Sig, fo. 26). 
U 




Pedigree of Cunliffe. 



Cunliffe. - 

[Vol. 1 6, p. 73.1 



Janet Croiii-=i=Ellis Cunliffe of Hollings,=MargaretRobin- 
broke, of | Woodhcad, and Baxtenden, son, executrix 
Whalley, co. j in Altham, co. Lancaster, to her husband's 
Lancaster, j yeoman, son and heir will 4 June 1604. 
ist wife. of Nicholas Cunliffe of 2nd wife. 

Hollings and Christabel 

(Hyndle) his wife. Will 

dated 2 February 160^, 

proved at Chester 4 June 

1604. 



Isabel Robinson, dau.=j=John Cunliffe of Hollings and of^Elizabeth Mawdsley, widow ; 



and heir of James 
Robinson of Pendle, 
CO. Lancaster ; bur. at 
Altham 2 December 
1623. ist wife. 



Woodhead, gent ; executor to his marriage licence (Chester) 

father's will 4 June 1604 ; bur. at dated 2 December 1624 ; 

Altham 25 August 1630. Will dated living 13 May 1630. 2nd 

13 May 1630, proved at York 10 May wife. 
1631 (Vol. 41, fo. 420). 



Nicholas Cunliffe of Hollings ; mentioned in=j=Elizabeth Hartley, marr. at Colne, co. Lancaster, 



the wills of his grandfather 2 February i6of, 
and of his father 13 May 1630; died before 
7 November 1669. 



19 August 1611 ; mentioned in her father-in- 
law's will 13 May 1630. 



A child, bur. 
at Colne 8 
April 161 2. 



Grace Hartley, dau.= 
and heir of Henry 
Hartley of Wycollar, 
CO. Lancaster ; bapt. 
at Colne 20 July 
1606 ; married at 
Colne 8 December 
1628, marriage licence 
(Chester) dated 6 
November ; bur. at 
Colne 18 March 163I. 
ist wife. 



A son, bur. at Colne 
22 May 1629. 



=John Cunliffe of 
Hollings and Wy- 
collar ; bapt. at 
Colne 14 Septem- 
ber 161 2 ; present 
at the funeral of 
Humphry Chet- 
ham 2 October 
1653 ; died 30 
March 1695, bur. 
at Eccles, co. Lan- 
caster. M.L 



=Mary Chetham, dau. of Ralph 
Chetham of Manchester, by 
Margaret his wife, dau. of Adam 
Smith ; bapt. at Manchester 16 
April 1620 ; married 30 April 
1638, marriage settlements dated 
24 April ; died, aged 57, 28 
February 1675, b"""- ^' Eccles. 
M.L 2nd wife. 



Elizabeth Cunliffe, bapt. at Colne 15 November 
1635 ; bur, there 22 September 1636. 



89 



Robert Cunliffe, mentioned=j= 
in his father's will 2 Feb- 
ruary i6of ; (?) living 13 
May 1630. /\ 



John Nuttall of Rosingdale,= 
CO. Lancaster ; mentioned in 
will of Ellis Cunliffe 2 February 
i6of. /K 



=Margaret, married 
before 2 February 
i6of. 



I 
Ellis Cunliffe of Chislehurst, co. Kent, Citizen and Grocer of London ;=j=Margaret King, 

King ; living 27 
March 1648. 



mentioned in wills of his grandfather 2 February i6o|, and of his father 
13 May 1630; Master of the Grocers' 1660; died, aged 80, 3 August 
1672, buried at Chislehurst. M.L Will dated 7 November 1669, proved 
13 August 1672 (P.C.C. 98 Eure). /f\ 



Mary, buried at=John Cunliffe of Iconhurst, in Altham, gent ;= 
Altham, co. Lan- mentioned in wills of his grandfather 2 February 
i6of, and of his father 13 May 1630; buried at 
Altham 9 August 1649. Will dated 14 June 1649, 
proved at Chester 14 January i6|§. 



caster, 28 April 
1627. ist wife. 



=Margaret, executrix to 
her husband's will 14 
January i6|J; living 
15 April 1670. 2nd 
wife. 



{For issue see Vol. XI., page 81.) 



Nicholas Cunliffe, 
bapt. at Colne, 
CO. Lancaster, 1 1 
October 16 18. 



Ellis Cunliffe, 
bapt. at Colne 
30 September 
1621. 



Robert Cunliffe, 
bapt. at Colne 
18 July 1624 ; 
bur. there 9 May 
1645. 



Elizabeth, bapt. at 
Colne 4 February 
1627 ; mentioned 
in her grandfather's 
will 13 May 1630. 



Isabel, men- 
tioned in her 
grandfather's 
will 13 May 
1630. 



I 
Nicholas Cunliffe=i=Elizabeth 

of Wycollar, co. 
Lancaster ; bapt. 
at Colne 1 1 April 
1640 ; (?) died 9 
March 1702, bur. 
at Manchester. 

A 



Foster, 
dau. and coheir 
of . . . Foster of 
Airton, co. York ; 
marriage licence 
(York)dated 1667 ; 
died 25 May 1706. 



Rev. Thomas Marsden, born at= 
Clitheroe, co. Lancaster, 2 1 Decem- 
ber 1637; of Brasenose College, 
Oxford, matriculated 20 July 1654, 
B.A. 165^; M.A. 1661 ; Master of 
the School at Chester ; Chaplain at 
Lisbon; Vicar of Walton-on the-lliU, 
CO. Lancaster, 1665-1720; Chaplain 
to I> George Hall, Bishop of Chester ; 
died 25 April 1720. 



^Elizabeth, mar- 
riage licence 
(Chester) dated 
26 June 1665. 



90 



Robert Cunliffe of Whitefriars, London ; mentioned™ 
in wills of his grandfather 2 February 160 J, and of 
his father 13 May 1630 ; bur. at St. Dunstan'.s-in-the- 
West, London. Administration granted 29 October 
1647 (P.C.C.) 



'Rebecca, administratrix to her husband 
29 October 1647. Will dated 15 March 
164J, proved 27 March 1648 (P.C.C. 
46 £ssex). 



John Cunliffe, bapt. at John Cunliffe, Rev. Ellis Cunliffe, Vicar=f=Janet Foster, dau. and 



Altham, CO. Lancaster, born 18 October, of Etwall, co. Derby; 
17 May 1643; l^uf- bapt. at Altham bapt. at Altham 7 April 
there 29 March 1644. 29 October 1650; Fellow of Jesus 
1647; bur. there College, Cambridge, B.A. 
"" 25 April 1649. 1671 ; M.A. 1675 ; Rector 
Margaret, married ... of Newmarket, co. Cam- 
Hale, bridge, 13 June 1682 ; died 

in 1702, bur. at Etwall. 



coheir of . . . Foster 
of Airton, co. York ; 
died 22 September 
1 7 13, bur. at Etwall, 



Foster Cunliffe of Saighton, co. Chester, and of St. Peter's, Liverpool,=pMargaret Carter, dau. 



merchant; bapt. at Newmarket 25 February 1685; Mayor of Liverpool 
1716, 1729 and 173s ; died, aged 72, 11 April 1758, bur. in St. Peter's, 
Liverpool. M.L Will dated 26 April and 19 November 1756, proved 
19 May 1758 (P.C.C. 144 Hulton). 



of Robert Carter, 
Alderman of Lan- 
caster; marr. 19 June 
1714. 



Sir Ellis Cunliffe of Liverpool, knight and baronet; born 12= 
April 1717; M.P. for Liverpool 19 December 1755 until his 
death; knighted 18 April 1756; created a baronet 26 March 
1759; died at Lostwithiel, co. Cornwall, 16 October 1767, 
bur. at Cherton Heath, co. Chester. M.L Will dated 14 
April 1764 and 14 August 1767, proved 28 November 1767 
(P.C.C. 407 Legard). 



=Mary Bennet, dau. of Henry 
Bennetof Moston, co. Chester; 
marr. at Holy Trinity, Chester, 
19 December 1760; died in 
New Norfolk Street, London, 
7 October 1814. 



Sir Drummond Smith= 
of Tring Park, co. 
Hertford, baronet ; 
created a baronet 1 1 
June 1804 ; died in 
Piccadilly, London, 2 2 
January 18 16. He 
married 2ndly the 
Hon'''« Elizabeth 

Monckton, dau. of 
William, 2nd Viscount 
Galway. 



'Mary, married William Gosling of Roehampton= 

12 July 1786; Grove, co. Surrey, and of Portland 

died at Hyde Place, London, banker ; born i 

Park Corner, January 1765; died in Portland 

London, 26 Place, London, 27 January, bur. at 

February 1804. Farnham, co. Essex, 4 February 

1834. He married 2ndly the Hon''''= 

Charlotte de Grey, dau. of Thomas, 

2nd Lord Walsingham. 

{Set page 62.) 



=Margaret Eliza- 
beth, married 5 
Septemberi793; 
died at Portland 
Place, London, 
18 December 
1803. 



A 



91 



1 [ ; 

Henry Cunliffe of Brownbeck, in Huncoate, co. Lancaster,=plsabel, marr. before 13 May 1630; 

executrix to her husband's will 
6 April 1663. Administration 
granted at Chester i December 
1668, to John Cunliffe, son. 



yeoman; mentioned in wills of his father 13 May 1630, 
and of his brother John 14 June 1649; bur. at Altham, 
CO. Lancaster, 3 November 1662. Will dated 3 April 
1662, proved at Chester 6 April 1663; inventory dated 
12 November 1662. 



A 



Mary Cunliffe. Jane Cunliffe. 



Anne, married 
. . . Husk. 



Mary, married 
Hammond. 



Nicholas 



Katherine 
Cunliffe. 



Charles Pole, M.P. for=j=Anne. 
Liverpool 19 March 
1756; died in October 
1779- A 



John Cunliffe, born 23 Sep- 
tember, bapt. at Newmarket, 
CO. Cambridge, 28 September 
1685. 



Ellis Cunliffe, bapt. at New- 
market I May 1688; bur. 
there 15 February i68f. 



Sir Robert Cunliffe of Saighton, co. Chester, and= 
of Pickhill, CO. Denbigh, baronet ; born 17 March 
iji^ ; succeeded his brother by special remainder 
as 2nd baronet 16 October 1767 ; Sheriff of co. 
Chester 1776; died in 1778. Will dated 25 May 
1778, proved at Chester 31 October 1778 (P.C.C. 
441 /lay). 



=Mary Wright, dau. of Ichabod Wright of 
Nottingham, banker, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of John Wildbore of Nottingha*B ; 
born 6 December 1721; marr. in 1752; 
executrix to her husband 31 October 1778; 
died 19 February 1791. 



Sir Foster Cunliffe of Acton Park, co. Denbigh, = 
baronet; born 8 February 1755; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, admitted 20 April 1773; 
H.A. 1777; succeeded his father as 3rd baronet 
in 1778; Sheriff of co. Denbigh 1787; executor 
to his father 31 October 1778 ; died at Acton Park 
15 June 1834. 



'Harriet Kinloch, dau. of Sir David Kinloch 
of Gilmerton, Midlothian, 5th baronet, by 
Harriet his wife, dau. of Sir Archibald 
Cockburn, 7 th baronet ; marr. i October 
1781 ; died at Acton Park 11 September 
1830. 



92 



Edward Tempest,==Elizabeth, mentioned 
executor to his in her grandfather's 
father-in-law lo will 2 February i6o|. 
May 1 63 1. 



Robert Duerden of Haslingden, co.^^Margaret, 
Lancaster, yeoman ; executor to his 
father-in-law 10 May 1631 ; renounced 
execution of will of Henry Cunliffe 27 
March 1663. 



Bryan Blundel of Liverpool, merchant, Alderman of Liverpool ;=Mary, bapt. at Newmarket, 

bapt. at St. Nicholas', Liverpool, 9 January 167I; Mayor of co. Cambridge, ir Sep 

Liverpool 1721 and 17 28; died, aged 81, 27 January 1756, bur. in 

St. Nicholas' Church, Liverpool. M.L Will dated i May 1752, 

7 July 1753 and 6 November 1755, proved at Chester 13 February 

1756. He married istly .Shamuel Williamson, and 2ndly Elizabeth 

Livesley. 



tember 1691 ; marr. 
1729; died, aged 41, 
1730. 3rd wife. 



William Shawe of Preston,^ 
CO. Lancaster, esquire ; 
High Sheriff of co. Lan- 
caster 1746 ; mentioned in 
will of Sir Ellis Cunliffe 
14 April 1764 ; died in 
1772- A\ 



=Anne, mentioned 
in her father's will 
26 April 1756; 
living 20 June 
1780. 



Mary Cunliffe, of Liverpool and afterwards of 
\Valcot, Bath, co. Somerset ; mentioned in 
wills of her father 26 April 1756, and of her 
brothers, Sir Ellis, 14 April 1764, and Sir 
Robert, 25 May 1778. Will dated 20 June 
1780 to 20 April 1785, proved 27 May 1785 
(P.C.C. 239 Ducanl). 



Clement Stafford=j=Ehzabeth, marr. Sir Richard Brooke of Norton, co. Chester, =i=Mary, born at 



Courtney, living 
19 June 1S21 ; 
Colonel Cheshire 
Militia 17 No- 
vember 1794. 



/N 



at Leeds, co. baronet ; succeeded his father as 5 th baronet 

York, 3 April 6 July 178 1 ; of Brasenose College, Oxford, 

1782. matriculated 15 November 1771, aged 18; 

created M.A. 29 October 1774; Sheriff of 

CO. Chester 1787 ; died, aged 42, 6 March 

1795, bur. at Runcorn, co. Chester. 



A 



Liverpool 4 
August 1761; 
married at 
Chester2May 
1780 ; died in 
1852. 



H 



Foster Cunliffe-OfHey of Madeley, CO. Stafford, =Hon'''= Elizabeth Emma Crewe, dau. of John, 
esquire; born 12 April 1782; educated at ist Lord Crewe ; marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Rugby; took the additional name of Oflfley Square, London, ig April 1809; died in Upper 
18 December 1829; M.P. for Chester 1831 ; Brook Street, London, 15 February 1850. 
died at Madeley 18 April 1832. 



93 



Isabel Cunliffe, 
bur. at Altham, 
CO. Lancaster, 28 
August 1 62 1. 



Henry Ryley,=j=.\nne, bapt. at Altham 6 June 1613 ; marr. at Colne, co. 
died before Lancaster, 27 November 1636, marriage licence (York); 



November 



1669. 



living 7 November 1669 ; (?) bur, at Altham 10 March 
i67f 



/K 



Thomas Brooke of Church Minshull, co.=f=Margaret, born at Liverpool 16 February 1763; 
Chester; born in 1760; M.P. for Newton, marr. 29 December 1787; died, aged 63, at 
CO. Lancaster, 10 April 1786 to 29 April ] Henbury Hall, co. Chester, 16 December 1826. 
1807 ; died in 1825. /j^^ 



Louisa, marr.= 
15 December 
1805 ; died 4 
May 1822. She 
married istly 
Captain Arthur 
Forrest of the 
Madras Army. 
I St wife. 



deneral Sir Robert Henry Cunlifife, baronet, C.B. ;= 
born at Chester 22 April 1785; Ensign Bengal 
Native Infantry 25 September 1799; Lieutenant 
1799; Captain 1808; Major 1818; Lieut.-Colonel 
1824; Colonel (4th Native Infantry) 1829; Major- 
General 1838; Lieut. -General 1851 ; General 13 
October 1857 ; knighted 18 November 1829 ; 
succeeded his father as 4th baronet 15 June 1834 ; 
C.B. 20 July 1838 ; died at Acton Park, co. Denbigh, 
10 September 1859, bur. at Saighton, co. Chester. 
Will dated 21 March 1857 to 18 August 1859, 
proved 4 November 1859 (Prin. Reg., 651, 59). 



A 



=Susan Emily Paton, dau. 
of Colonel John Paton 
of the Bengal Army ; 
marr. 2 April 1825 ; 
died at 7 Craven Hill, 
Bayswater, London, 1 1 
November 1856, bur. 
in Highgate Cemetery, 
London. 2nd wife. 



A\ 



(^For issue see '''Visitation of Englavd and Wales" 
Vol. XVI., page 73.) 



Ellis Watkin CunUffe, born 5 September 1787 ;=j=Caroline Kingston, dau. 
entered the Madras Civil Service as writer in of John Kingston ; 
1806 ; Assistant to the Register in the Sudder and marr. 13 June 1822 ; 
Foujidarry Adawlut 1808, First Assistant 1810, died in 1856. 
Deputy Register 1811-13; ^^'^^ *' Acton Park 
20 December 1866. 



Francis Kinloch 
Cunliffe. 



94 



Mary Perrie, dau.= 
of John Perrie ; 
marr. in 1814 ; 
died 1 1 Septem- 
ber 1825. 1st 
wife. 



A 



=Brooke Cunliffe of Erbistock Hall, co.= 
Denbigh; born 23 July 1790; entered 
the Madras Civil Service as writer in 
1808 ; in the Revenue and Judicial 
Department 1809; Assistant to Collector 
of Salem 181 1 ; Register at Verdachellum 
1 814; Sub-Collector, Southern Division 
of Arcot, 1821 ; Collector ofChingleput 
1826, of Southern Division of Arcot 
1825; retired 19 May 1835; died ii 
December 1857. 



A\ 



^Elizabeth Ray-= 
son, dau. of 
John Rayson ; 
marr. in 1827 ; 
died, aged 23, 
at Chester, 1 1 
August 1833. 
2nd wife. 



=Frances Lyon, 
dau. of the Rev. 
James Radcliffe 
Lyon ; marr. 1 2 
September 1850; 
died 1 6 January 
1865. 3rd wife. 



Rev. George Cunliffe, Vicar of Wrexham, co.^Dorothea Townshend, dau. of Thomas 
Denbigh; born 3 June 1795; of Balliol College, John Stanislaus Townshend Cunliffe. 
Oxford, matriculated 13 May 1814 ; B.A, 1817; of Trevallyn, co. Denbigh; 
Rector of Petton, co. Salop, 30 October 182 1 ; marr. 8 February 1821 ; died 
Vicar of Wrexham 25 August 1826 ; Canon of in 1877. 
St. Asaph 1855. 



Rt. Hon'''"= Charles Watkin Williams-Wynn, D.C.L., of Llangedwin, co.=j=Mary, married 



Denbigh ; born 9 October 1775 ; admitted to Westminster School 23 March 
1784; of Christ Churcii, Oxford, matriculated 24 December 1791, B.A. 
1795; M.A. 1798; D.C.L. 1810; admitted to Lincoln's Lin 21 April 1795, 
Barrister-at-Law 27 November 1798, Bencher 1835; M.P. for Old Sarum 
29 July 1797, and for co. Montgomery 14 March 1799 until his death; 
Under-Secretary, Home Department, 19 February 1806; Privy Councillor 
17 January 1822; President Board of Control 8 February 1822; Secretary 
at War 30 November 1830; Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 26 
December 1834; F.S.A. 1810; First President of the Royal Asiatic Society 
1823-41 ; died in Grafton Street, London, 2 September 1850, bur. in 
St. George's Chapel, Bayswater, London. {See '■Dictionary of National 
Biography" Vol. LXII/., page 2^4.) A 



9 April 1806; 
died in Grafton 
Street, London, 
i4june i838,bur. 
in St. George's 
Chapel, Bays- 
water, London. 



Sir Richard Brooke of Norton, co. Chester, baronet=[=Harriot, marr. at Emma, died, aged 83, 



(her cousin) ; born at Norton Priory, co. Chester, 
18 August 1785 ; of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 24 October 1804; created D.C.L. 
5 July 1810 ; Sheriff of co. Chester 181 7; 
succeeded his father as 6th baronet 6 March 
1795 ; died at Norton Priory n November 1865, 
bur. at Runcorn, co. Chester. 



/K 



Gresford, co. Den- at Pantyochin, co. 

high, 4 December Denbigh, 19 November 

1809 ; died, aged 1875. 

38, at Acton, co. 

Denbigh, 13 April Charlotte, died, aged 

182^. 82, at Pantyochin 27 
December 1875. 



95 



Leigh. 

[Vol. i6, p. 79] 



Pedigree of Leigh of Bar don. 



Robert Leigh of Bardon,= 
in St. Decuman's, co. 
Somerset, attorney. Will 
dated 11 September 1703, 
proved 10 February 170^ 
(P.C.C. 44 Ash). 



■Margaret Collard, dau. of John Collard 
of Spaxton, co. Somerset, gent, and Joan 
his wife; marr. in 1674; executrix to her 
husband 10 February i7of. Will dated 
24 October 17 18, proved 3 August 17 19 
(P.C.C. 148 Browning). 



Robert Leigh of Bardon ; bapt. at St.= 
Decuman's in 1675 ; mentioned in will of 
his father 11 September 1703; died before 
24 October 17 18. 



=Elizabeth 
Treble. 



Mary, mentioned 
in will of her 
grandfather, John 
Collard, 16 No- 
vember 1678. 



Margaret, married 
. . . Michell. 

A 



Robert Leigh of Bradford, co.^ 
Somerset, surgeon ; mentioned in 
will of his grandmother 24 October 
1718. /^ 



Musgrave. Sacheverel Leigh, bapt. 10 October 
1702 ; mentioned in will of his 
grandmother 24 October 17 18. 



I 
William Leigh of Bardon y 
born in 1709 ; mentioned 
in will of his grandmother 
24 October 17 18; died in 
»7S7- 



=Rebecca Sanders, dau. of John Sanders of Yeovil, co. Somerset, 
and Susanna (Dampier) his wife. Will dated 4 March 1773, 
proved 24 October 1777 (P.C.C. 426 Collier). 



William Leigh. 
Administration 
granted 29 I^e- 
cember 1777 
(P.C.C.) 



Robert Leigh of Bardon ; born 5 July= 
1734 ; died 12 July, bur. in St. Decuman's 
Church 18 July 1798. Administration 
granted 2 March 1799 (P.C.C.) 




=Maria Bourget Legge, born at 
Berlin 11 August 1749; marr. at 
St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, London, 
19 May 1770; died at Taunton, 
CO. Somerset, 23 September, 
bur. in St. Decuman's Church 30 
September 1828. 



A 

{^For issue see "Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XVI., page 7^.) 



90 



Charles Gresley, living=|=Joan, executrix to her mother 



24 October 1718. 2nd 
husband. 



3 August 17 19. She married 
istly . . . Blinman. 



John Leigh, mentioned in- 
wills of his father 1 1 
September 1703, and of his 
mother 24 October 17 18. 



A 




Thomas Leigh, not 21, 11= 
September 1703 ; died before 
24 October 17 17. 



A 



William Keymer,^Eli2abeth, not 22, ii Sep- 
living 24 October tember 1703 ; marr. before 
1718. 24 October 1718. 



I .1 . . 

George Beadon of Oakford, co.=[»Rebecca, living Peter Gaye of=j=Elizabeth, livmg 



Devon; bom in 1733; died before 
24 October 1777. 



24 October 1 777. Newton Bushell, 
CO. Devon. 



A 



24 October 1777. 



/K 



Susanna Leigh, executrix to her 
mother 24 October 1777. 



Ann, marr. after 4 March 1773, 
William Marshall. 



John Leigh. 



John Leigh. 



97 



Bazely. 

[Vol. i6, p. 971 



Pedigree of Bazely. 



Robert Baseley of=j=Mary Bayley, marr. at St. Mary's, Dover, 24 



Dover, co. Kent ; bur. 
at St. James', Dover, 
17 July 1694. 



December 1667 ; bur. at St. James', Dover, 
24 August 1701. Will dated 20 August 1701, 
proved i May 1706. 



John Baseley, bapt. at James Baseley of Dover, gent ;= 
St. Mary's, Dover, 5 bapt. at St. Mary's, Dover, i 
December 1669. August 1672; Freeman of Dover 

24 October 1704; died before 

27 June 1713. 



=Elizabeth CuUen, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Dover, 15 January 167^; 
marr. there 25 April 1698 ; bur. 
31 July 1752. 



Captain John Bazely, R.N; bapt. at St. Mary's, =i=Margaret Barber, marr. at St. Peter's, 



Dover, 26 December 1699 ; Freeman of Dover 20 
July 1733; Jurat 1752, Mayor 1756 and 1761; bur. 
at St. Mary's, Dover, 15 June 1763. Administration 
granted 27 June 1763. 



Canterbury, co. Kent, 16 October 

1734, marriage licence (Canterbury) 

dated 15 October; bur. at. St. Mary's, 

I Dover, 25 November 1759. 2nd wife. 



James Samson,= 
marr. at St. 
Mary's, Dover, 
19 October 
1760; bur. 
there 23 May 
I 7 63. ist 

husband. 



Margaret, bapt. at St.=i=Captain Henry I'Anson, R.N. ; born at New 
Mary's, Dover, 16 April Bounds in Tonbridge, co. Kent, 25 October 1734; 
marr. at St. Mary's, Dover, 2 June 1764; died 29 
October 1767, bur. at St. Mary's, Dover. Will 
dated 3 October 1767, proved 6 February 1768 
(P.C.C. 67 Seeker). 2nd husband. 



1737; executrix to her 
husband 6 February 
1768; died at Epsom, 
CO. Surrey, 21 July 1824, 
bur. at St. Mary's, 
Dover. M.I. /j\ 



{See Vol. 7, page JJ-] 



Elizabeth Biggs, dau.= 
of Thomas Biggs of 
Maxton Manor, co. 
Kent ; born 20 Au- 
gust 1767 ; marr. at 
Hougham, co. Kent, 
19 August 1794 ; died 
at the Hotwells, 
Bristol, CO. Gloucester, 
12 July, bur. at St. 
James', Dover, 22 
July 1795. ist wife. 



=Rear-Admiral John Bazely, R.N. ; bapt. at St.= 
Mary's, Dover, 24 July 1767 ; entered the Navy as 
Midshipman 18 July 1780 ; Lieutenant in April 
1783; Captain 11 November 1794; retired with 
rank of Rear- Admiral 9 July 1814 ; as Lieutenant 
of the "Royal George" present at the battle of 
I June 1794 ; commanded the "Prince of Wales" 
in the action of " I'Orient " 23 June 1795, and 
the flagship "Overyssel" at the capture of the 
Dutch fleet in the Texel in August 1799; 
admitted to the Freedom of Dover by patrimony 
5 September 1788; died 21 March, bur. at St. 
Mary's, Dover, 28 March 1828. M.L Adminis- 
tration (with will dated 14 May 1824), was 
granted (P.C.C. 333 Su/toti) 3 June 1828. 



i= Harriet Baker, dau. 

I of John Baker, by 

j Elizabeth his wife ; 

I bapt. at Deal, co. 
Kent, 30 July 1770 ; 
marr. there 8 May 
1800 ; died 3 April, 
bur. at St. Mary's, 
Dover, 10 April 1835. 
M.I. Administration 
granted 18 May 1835 
(P.C.C.) 2nd wife. 



A\ 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XVI.,' page gj.) 

98 



William Bowles, married=j=Mary, bapt. at St.=Thomas Williamson of Hougham, co. Kent ; 



before 24 August 1701. 
1st husband. 



Mary's, Dover, marriage licence (Canterbury) dated 4 February 

CO. Kent, 9 May lyz^- 2nd husband. 

1675- 



A 



James Bazely of Dover ; bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Dover, 23 April 
1701 ; bur. there 19 June 1741. 



Elizabeth, bapt. at St. Mary's, Dover, 
6 June 1703; (?) married William 
Hammond Huggett, marriage licence 
dated 4 August 1750. 



Mary, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Dover, 25 
February i7o|. 



Thomas Mannering=Anne, bapt. 

of St. Peter's, Here- at St. Mary's, 

ford. Dover, 22 

June 1739; 

married there 

14 June I 761. 



Admiral John Bazely, R.N. ; bapt.= 
at St. Mary's, Dover, 15 March 
174^; Lieutenant in the Navy 1760; 
Captain 1778; Rear-Admiral 1795; 
Vice-Admiral 1799; Admiral 9 
November 1805; admitted to Free- 
dom of Dover 6 January 1763; 
received a Grant of Arms 6 August 
1784 ; bur. at St. Mary's, Dover, 26 
March 1809. M.I. Will dated 18 
March 1808, proved 8 May 1809 
(P.C.C. 332 Lovfday). Miniature at 
Amberley, co. Sussex, in the possession 
of Mrs. John Bazely. 



=Amelia Waddington, 
dau. of Captain Ger- 
vase Waddington ; 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Dover, 3 November 
1736 ; married there 
27 April 1765 ; bur. 
there 15 December 
1769. 



Sarah Stringer, dau. of=j=Captain Henry Bazely, R.N. ; bapt. at St.=j=! 



George Stringer of 
Canterbury, co. Kent, 
bapt. at St. Mary Magda- 
len's, Canterbury, 27 July 
1 764 ; marr. at St. Paul's, 
Canterbury, 1 7 March 
1796; died I Decem- 
ber, bur. at St. Mary 
Magdalen's, Canterbury, 
8 December 1799. ist 
wife. 



Mary's, Dover, 4 October 1768; Lieutenant 
in the Navy 14 November 1790; Commander 
4 April 1796 ; Captain 8 April 1800 ; Freeman 
of Dover 13 January 1792 ; died, aged 55, 
at Dover, 12 April 1824; bur. at St. Mary's 
(M.L at St. James'), Dover. Will dated 10 
March 1821, proved 4 May 1824 (P.C.C. 
264 Erskine). Miniaticre Portrait at 
Horkesley Hall, Colchester, co. Essex, in 
tlie possession of his great grand-daughter, 
Miss Otter Barry. 



A 



Mary Ruddle, dau. 
of Francis Ruddle 
of Queen's Square, 
Bloomsbury, Lon- 
don ; marr. at St. 
George's, Blooms- 
bury, 1 7 January 
1801 ; died, aged 82, 
bur. at St. Mary's, 
Dover, 18 July 1852. 
M.L 2nd wife. 



A 



{Fur issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" Vol. XVII., page 124.) 



99 



Anne, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Dover, co. Kent, 15 February 



Robert Basely, bapt. at St. Mary's, Dover, 7 March 1 68f ; 
bur. at St. James', Dover. Will dated 27 June 1713, proved 
in July 1 7 13. 



\ 



William Bazely of Dover, co.=f=Anne Baker, married at St. George's, Canterbury, co. 



Kent ; bapt. at St. Mary's, Dover, 
2 January 170^; Freeman of 
Dover 28 January 173I; died 
before 7 February 174^. 



Kent, 5 October 1732, marriage licence (Canterbury) 
dated same day. She married 2ndly John Mitchell of 
St. Mary's, Dover. 



William Bazely, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Dover, 27 April 1734, bur, there 
7 September 1740. 



George Bazely, bapt. at St. Mary's, Dover, 3 October 
1742 ; died before 6 August 1784. 



Sackville Bazely, bapt. at St Mary's, 
Dover, 19 April 1746; bur. there 27 
February 174I. 



M. F. Forster,^ 
marr. at St. 
Mary's, Dover, 
2 2 Decem- 
ber 1785. ist 
husband. /t\ 



=Amelia, bapt.= 
at St. Mary's, 
Dover, 16 
January 1766. 



=Lieut.- Colonel Edmund Coghlan, marr. at St. James', Dover, 
15 May 1802; Lieutenant 44th Foot i December 1794; 
Captain 65th Foot 9 July 1803 ; Major 1808; Lieut.-Colonel 
4 June 1814; Lieut.-Governor of Chester; died in 1828. 
2nd husband. 



A 



Thomas Biggs of Dover, esquire ; bur. at=f=Jane, bapt. at St. Mary's, Dover, 14 December 



St. James', Dover, 26 November 1808. Will 
dated 21 March 1806, proved 13 December 
1808 (P.C.C. 943 El}'). He married istly 
Mary, dau. of Philip Smith of London, gent. ' 2nd wife. 

A 



1769; married there 15 February 1796; 
executrix to her husl)and 13 December 1808 ; 
bur. at St. James', Dover, 22 August 1809. 



Sarah Rawling, marr. at St. Alphege,=j=Robert Bazely of=Ann Kennet ; marr. at St. Mary's, 



Canterbury, co. Kent, 14 March 
173I-, marriage licence (Canterbury) 
dated same day ; bur. 4 November 
1753. ist wife. 



Dover, co. Kent ; 
bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Dover, 24 Septem- 
ber 1710 ; bur. at 
St. James', Dover, 
19 December 1757. 



Dover, 30 December 1754; died 
2 October 1788. Will dated 12 
April 1785, proved 8 November 
1788. 2nd wife. 



James Bazely of Dover ;= 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Dover, 
9 April 1732 ; bur. there 
I April 1759. 



=Martha Gravenor ; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Dover, 9 July 1758; 
marr. 2ndly James Robinson. 



Robert Bazely, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Dover, 1 1 November 

1733- 



Thomas=Mary, bapt. at St. Mary's, Dover, 23 November 
Hoyle. 1759; marr. there i8 June 1785. 



Nicholas =Mary, bapt. at St. 

Dyke. Mary's, Dover, 2 1 

July 1736; marr. 

there 9 October 

1760. 



Peter Bazely, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Dover, 
6 July 1739; bur. 
at St. James', Dover, 
31 May 1 741. 



Robert =Sarah, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Reynolds. Dover, 8 March 174^; 
marr. there 20 October 
1760. 



Thomas ^Elizabeth, bapt. at St. Mary's, Dover, 
Frisby. 5 June 1743; marr. there 29 June 
1761. 



William Bazely, bapt. at St. Mary's, Dover, 
5 May 1745, bur. at St. James', Dover, 
2 January 174!. 



Wilberforce. 

[\'ol. i6, p. 117.) 



Pedigree of Wilberforce. 



Anne Fever, dau.=f=William Wilberforce of Brigham, in Foston-=f=Mary Warter, dau. of William 

on-the-Wolds, co. York (son of Thomas Warter of Wansford, in 

Wilberforce of Beverley); died 15 March Nafferton, co. York, gent; 

i62|-, bur. at Foston. Administration was marriage settlements dated 

granted at York 10 April 1629. Inq. 20 September 161 1 ; living 10 

p. m. taken at Kilham 27 March 1629 April 1629. 2nd wife. 
(C. 707, 60). 



of Robert Fever 
of Beverley, co. 
York. I St wife. 



George Wilberforce, living 20 July 1619, when 
his father settled lands in Brigham on him. 



Esther. =f=William Wilberforce of Beverley, mercer ; Governor of=Elizabeth, administratrix 



ist wife. 



Beverley 1642, Mayor 1643 ; aged 36, 15 March 
Administration granted 2 July 1655 (P.C.C. 



162I. to her husband 2 July 
1655. 2nd wile. 



William Wilberforce, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Beverley, 27 January 163^. 



Sarah Wilberforce, bapt. at St. Mary's, Beverley, 
12 September 1641, bur. there 5 October 1648. 



Ralph Wilberforce of Brigham, gent ;= 
administrator to his father 10 April 
1629 ; bur. at Fpston. Will dated 
I April 1 66 1, proved at York 12 
August 1662 (Vol. 45, fo. 150). 



=Mary Brigham, dau. of Ralph Brigham of Brigham, 
esquire, by Mary his wife, dau. of Ralph Cresswell of 
Nunkeeling, co. York. 



Thomas 

Wilberforce. 



Frances 
\Vilberforce. 



Anne 
Wilberforce. 



William Wilberforce of Beverley, mercer. Alderman of=^Mary (?) Swale, executrix to 



Beverley; mentioned in his father's will 12 August 1662; 
Alderman 1664-84 and 1699-1703, Mayor 1674 ; bur. at 
St. Mary's, Beverley, 17 May 1703. Will dated 3 April 1703, 
proved at York 4 June 1703. 



her husband 4 June 1703. Will 
dated 10 April 1704, proved 
at York 12 April 17 17 (Vol. 71, 
fo. 282). 



William Wilberforce of Beverley, niercer.^Mary Coakeman, 
Will dated 13 February 167?, proved at marriage licence 
York 19 May 1679 (Vol. 58, fo. 698). (York) dated in 

1674. 



John Wilberforce, mentioned 
in will of his brother \Villiam 
13 February 167I. 



Thomas Wilberforce, 
executor to his father 
I 2 August 1662. 



George Wilberforce, executor=i= 
to his father 12 August | 
1662. Jt\ 



Anne, mentioned in her 
father's will i April 1661. 



Samuel Wilberforce of Beverley, =f=Anne Davye, dau. of Robert Davye of York, by Isabella 



CO. York, mercer ; bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Beverley, 10 July 1663 ; 
bur. at St. Mary's, Beverley, 13 
July 1693. Will dated 16 May 
1692, proved at York 12 June 
1694. 



his wife, and sister and heir of Robert Davye of Markington, 
CO. York ; marriage licence (York) 1685, then aged 18, 
married at St. Crux, York, 8 October 1685 ; executrix to 
her husband 12 June 1694; mentioned in will of William 
Wilberforce 3 April 1703 ; bur. at St. Mary's, Beverley. 



William Wilberforce of Hull, co. York ;= 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Beverley, 27 Novem- 
ber 1690; Mayor of Hull 1722 ; bur. at 
St. Mary's, Beverley. Will dated i 
December 1773, proved at York in 
February 1775 (Vol. 119, fo. 56). 



=Sarah Thornton, dau. of John Thornton of Hull, 
by jane his wife, dau. and heir of John Field of 
Hull; born 12 July 1690; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Hull, 28 November 171 1 ; died before i December 
1773, bur. at St. Mary's, Beverley. 



William Wilberforce of= 

Wimbledon, co. Surrey, 
esquire ; executor to his 
father in February 1775 ; 
died in 1777, bur. at Wim- 
bledon. Will dated 5 June 
'77 Si proved 25 November 
1777 (P.C.C. 494 Collier). 



=Hannah Thornton, dau. of Robert Thornton Samuel Wilber- 

of Clapham, co. Surrey, a Director of the force, bapt. at 

Bank of England, by Hannah Swynocke his 1st St. Mary's, Hull, 

wife; born 20 July 1724; marr. at Clapham 10 20 December 

January 1743; died at Blackheath, co. Kent, 17 14; bur. at 

27 December 1788. Will dated 19 July 1787 St. Mary's, Be- 

and 5 March 1788, proved 12 February 1789 verley, 18 May 

(P.C.C. 126 Macham). 1715- 



Robert Wilberforce of Hull, merchant ;= 
bapt. 27 January 172!; bur. at St. 
Mary's, Beverley. Will dated 16 March 
1764 and 18 November 1765, proved at 
York 31 March 1768 (Vol. 112, fo. 68). 



^Elizabeth Bird, dau. of Thomas Bird of Barton, co. 
Oxford, and of Coventry, co. Warwick, by Elizabeth 
his wife; died, aged 71, at Hull, 2 July 1798, bur. 
at Beverley. Will dated 19 April 1798, proved 
at York 8 August 1798 (Vol. 142, fo. 606). 



Elizabeth Wilberforce, mentioned 
in her father's will 16 March 1764. 



Anne Lonsdale, dau.= 
and heir of Christopher 
Lonsdale of Drewton, 
CO. York ; died, aged 47, 
24 December 1720, bur. 
at St. Mary's, Beverley, 
CO. York. M.L istwife. 



A 



=Thomas Wilberforce of Beverley, woollen- = 
draper; born in 1668; Alderman 1709, 
Mayor 1709 and 1712; mentioned in 
wills of his brother Samuel 16 May 1692, 
and of his father 3 April 1703 ; executor 
to his mother 12 April 1717- Will 
dated 25 September 17 15, administration 
granted at York 18 September 1742, by 
Christopher Wilberforce, son (Vol. 87, 
fo. 70s). 



Catherine Johnson, dau. 
of Hodgson Johnson of 
Cherry Burton, co. York, 
M.D. ; bapt. at Cherry 
Burton 31 May 1683; 
marr. there 26 October 
1730. Will dated 6 
September 1761, proved 
31 December 1767 (i 1 1, 
318). 2nd wife. 



John Greathed of Hull ;= 
bapt. at Horncastle, co. 
Lincoln, 23 April 1700; 
died, aged 65, in 1765, 
bur. at St. Mary's, 
Beverley. M.L 



=Anne, died, aged 
70, 4 December 
1783, bur. at St. 
Mary's, Beverley. 
M.L 



A 



John Bird, Citizen and Gold-^ 
smith, Alderman of London ; 
Alderman of Bassishaw Ward 
27 January 1770; died 18 
October 1772. Will dated 
18 April 1772, proved 16 
November 1772 (P.C.C. 
392 Taverner). /f\ 



=Judith, married 
after 24 January 
1752 ; mentioned 
in will of William 
Wilberforce 5 June 
1775- 



Rev. Thomas Clarke, D.D.,= 
Vicar of Holy Trinity, Hull ; 
Fellow of Clare Hall, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1773; M.A. 1776; 
D.D. 1797; Vicar of Holy 
Trinity, Hull ; marr. at Bake- 
well, CO. Derby, 12 September 
1790 ; died, aged 45, at Hull, 
26 July 1797. ist husband. 



8 August 1798 ; 
died at Sunning 
Hill, CO. Berks, 
i8 0ctoberi8i6. 



=Sarah, executrix=James Stephen, Master in Chancery ; born 
to her mother at Poole, co. Dorset, 30 June 1758 ; educated 
at Winchester and at Aberdeen ; of the 
Middle Temple, called to the Bar 26 January 
1782 ; Master in Chancery 20 February 181 1 ; 
M.P. for Tralee 21 February 1808, and for 
East Grinstead 8 October 181 2 to April 
1815 ; Author of "War in Disguise" (1805), 
"Slavery in the British West India Colonies 
Delineated" (1824, 1830); marr. 15 May 
iSoo ; died at Bath, co. Somerset, 10 October 
1832. [See "Dictionary of National Bio- 
graphy,'' Vol. LI v., page 161). He married 
istly . . . Stent. 2nd luisband. 



104 



Ralph Wilberforce of Beverley, mercer ;=Rachel, exe- 

bornini67i; mentioned in will of his cutrix to 

brother Samuel i6 May 1692; died her husband 

before 27 December 1697 (date of 1 1 February 

inventory), bur. at St. Mary's, Beverley. 1693. 
Will dated 16 October 1697, proved 
at York 11 February 169!^. 



Christopher Wilber- 
force, born in 
167 1 ; (?) died be- 
fore 16 May 1692, 
bur. at St. Mary's, 
Beverley. 



Ebenezer Wilber- 
force, mentioned in 
will of his brother 
William 13 February 
1675 ; bur. at St. 
Mary's, Hull, co. 
York, 4 April 1688. 



William Wilberforce of Markington, co. York, esquire ;= 
born at Wilberforce House, Hull, 24 August 1759 ; educated 
at Pocklington and at St. John's College, Cambridge, admitted 
October 1776, B.A. 1781, M.A. 17S8; M.P. for Hull 11 
September 1780, for co. York, 7 April 1784 to 181 2, and 
for Bramber 7 October 1812 to 1825; parliamentary leader 
of the successful movement for the Abolition of the Slave 
Trade 1787 to 25 March 1807; a founder of the Church 
Missionary Society and the Bible Society ; Author of " A 
Practical View of the Prevailing Religious Systems," and 
" An Appeal . . on behalf of the Negro Slaves of the West 
Indies " ; died at 44 Cadogan Place, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
29 July, bur. in Westminster Abbey 5 August 1833. M.I. 
and statue. Will dated 11 April 1831 to 11 July 1833, 
proved 4 December 1833 (P.C.C. 79 Farquhar). Portraits 
(as a boy) by John Russell, R.A., and Sir Thomas Lawrence, 
r.R.A., in the National Portrait Gallery: presentation 
portrait by Rising and pastel portraits (7vith his tvife) in 
the possession of his great gratidson, IVilliam Basil 
Wilberforce ; statue and memorial column at Hull. (See 
"Dictionary o/'^ National Biography," Vol. LX/., page 208.) 



A\ 



=Barbara Anne Anne Wilber- 
Spooner, dau. of force, died be- 
Isaac Spooner fore 16 March 
of Elmdon, co. 1664, and bur. 
Warwick, es- at St. Mary's, 
quire, by Bar- Beverley, 
bara his wife, 
dau. of Sir 

Henry Gough, baronet ; born at 
Birches Green, co. Warwick, 24 
December 1771, bapt. there; 
marr. at Walcot, co. Somerset, 30 
May 1797 ; died at the Vicarage, 
East Farleigh, co. Kent, 21 April, 
bur. at East Farleigh 26 April 
1847. 

{See Vol. VIII., page 141). 



(For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XVI., page 117.) 



Rosebery. 

[Vol. 1 6, p. 132. 



Pedigree of Primrose. 



Henry Primrose, born circa=^ 
1490; living in 1543. 



William Primrose, Burgess 
of Dysart ; died 2 Decem- 
ber 1592. Testament con- 
firmed at Edinburgh 24 
March 159I. He married 
Margaret Sandis. 



Archibald Primrose, Chamberlain of Culross ; a monk^ 
of Culross 20 February i5f|^; executor to his sister 
Mause 14 November 1570, and to his brother William 
24 March 159!; died 2 March i59f. Testament 
confirmed at Edinburgh 26 February 159^. 




Duncan Primrose, = 
Bailie in Culross 
1580-81; executor 
to his brother 
William 24 March 
i59i 



=Helen Smyth, 
aged 80 and 
more in 1597. 



/N 



David Primrose=j=Janet 
of Culross; exe- Blaw. 
cutor to his 
sister Mause 14 
Novemberi57o; 
died before 
1574- 



Mause, died in November 1570. 
Testament confirmed at Edin- 
burgh 14 November 1570. She 
married Andrew Gibson of 
Culross. Testament confirmed 
at Edinburgh 14 April 1569. 



Henry Primrose,' 
Burgess of Cul- 
ross ; died 31 
August 162 1. 



=Margaret Reidoch, 
dau. and coheir of 
Peter Reidoch of 
Aberlednock ; mar- 
riage contract dated 
19 May 1574 ; died 
in February i6i|. 



Archibald Primrose of Edinburgh, = 
writer ; Clerk of Taxations and 
Clerk of Mines ; executor to 
Andrew Clayhills 28 February 
1621 ; bur. at Canongate, Edin- 
burgh, in August 1629. Testa- 
ment confirmed at Edinburgh 19 
November 1629. 



A 



A 



=Katharine Andro, 
marr. at Edinburgh 
II October 1598. 
Testament con- 
firmed at Edin- 
burgh 25 October 
1649. 



Sibylla Miller,= 
marr. before 12 
June 1593. ist 
wife. 



=James Primrose, Clerk of the=j=Calharine Lawson, dau. of Richard Lavvson 



Privy Council i February 159I; 
died 21 February \(i\%. Testa- 
ment confirmed at Edinburgh 
8 April 1640. {See '■^Dictionary 
of N'afional Biography," Vol. 
XLVL, page 381.) 



of Edinburgh, bookseller; died in 1651. 
Testament confirmed at Edinburgh 16 
October 1651. 2nd wife. 



Gilbert Primrose of Edinburgh, born 28= 
September 1595; graduate of Edinburgh 1615; 
joined with his father as Clerk of the Privy 
(Council 13 March 162" ; died in 1637. 



=Janet Foulis, dau. of George Foulis of 
Ravelston ; born 18 April 1604; marr. at 
Edinburgh 21 June 1621 ; buried in the 
Greyfriars', Edinliurgh, 23 May 1660. 



106 



(? Gilbert) Primrose, 
living in London in 
1625. 



Katharine, marr. Andrew Clayhills, 
Minister of Monifieth, co. Forfar. 
I'l'stament confirmed at St. Andrew's 
28 February 162 1. 



Sir George Bruce=Euphame. 
of Carnock, co. 
Dunfermline. 



Robert Primrose, 
in 1627 he ac- 
companied an 
embassy to Gus- 
tavus Adolphus ; 
died in December 
1 63 1. Testament 
confirmed at 
Edinburgh 11 
May 1632. 



George Heriot of Edinburgii and London, goldsmith ; born=Alison, 
at Edinburgh 15 June 1563 ; admitted to the Incorporation ried at 
of Edinburgh Goldsmiths 28 May 1588 ; goldsmith to the 
Queen Consort (Scotland) July 1597; jeweller to King 
James VL April 1601 ; followed King James to England 
and was appointed goldsmith to the King ; founded Heriot's 
Hospital in Edinburgh ; died in London 16 February i62f, 
bur. at St. Martin's-in-the-I*'ields, Westminster. Will dated 
10 December 1623 and 21 January i62j, proved 16 February 
i62f (P.C.C. 8 Byrde). {See "Dictionary of National 
Biography" Vol. XXVI., page 244.) 



burgh 
August 
died in 
2nd wife. 



mar- 
Edin- 

24 
1609; 
1613. 



Agnes, born 1 2 
September 1613 ; 
marr. at Edin- 
burgh 19 June 
1638, Alexander 
Monteith, mer- 
chant. 

Katharine, Ijorn 
2 2 January 1 6 1 1 . 



Elizabeth Keith 
dau. and coheir 
of the Hon>>''= Sir 
James Keith of 
Hen holme, co. 
Kincardine, by 
Margaret his wife, 
dau. of Sir David 
Lindsay of Edzell, 
CO. Forfar. ist 
wife. 



=f=Sir Archibald Primrose of Carrington,=p=Margaret Gray, 

CO. Edinburgh, baronet (Lord Car- dau. of Sir 

rington) ; born 16 May 1616 ; Clerk of William Gray 

the Privy Council 2 September 1641 of Pittendrum ; 

to 13 June 1649; taken prisoner at bur. in theGrey- 

Philiphaugh 13 September 1645 ; friars', Edin- 

created a Baronet (Scotland) i August burgh, 15 De- 

1651; Lord Clerk Register 7 August cember 1669. 

1660; a Lord of Session 13 February She married 

166J ; Lord Justice General 11 June istly Sir James 

1676 to 16 October 1678; died 27 DundasofNew- 

November 1679, bur. at Dalmeny, co. liston, co. Lin- 

Linlithgow. M.L Testament confirmed lithgow. 2nd 

at Edinburgh 21 December 1686. (.SV^ wife. 
" Dictioiiarv of Natiofial Biography" 
Vol. XLVL, page 37 S.) /\ 



{For issue, see page ill.) 



Sir John Foulis of Ravelston,= 
c baronet ; born 20 February 

1635^ ; created a baronet 
B (Scotland) 15 September 

1661; died 5 August 1707. 
He married 2ndly Anne, 
dau. of Walter Dundas ; 
3rdly, Mary, dau. of John 
Murray of Polmaise ; and 
4th!y, Agnes Scott, widow of 
Andrew Bruce. 



=Margaret, born 
31 December 
1641 ; marr. 
at the Iron 
Church, Edin- 
burgh 5 Sep- 
tember 1661 ; 
died 15 April 
1690. I St wife. 



Sir David Carnegie of Pit-= 
arrow, co. Kincardine, baronet 
(grandson of David, ist Earl 
of Southesk) ; created a baronet 
(Scotland) 20 February i66| ; 
M.P. (Scotland) for Kincar- 
dineshire ; died in November 
1708. He married 2ndly, 
Catharine, Viscountess Arbuth- 
nott ; and 3rdly, Jean, dau. of 
James Burnett of Monboddo. 



A 



^Catherine, mar- 
riage contract 
dated 29 Octo- 
ber 1663 ; bur. 
at Montrose 9 
October 1677. 
ist wife. 



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107 



Janet, born lo Septem- 
ber 1598; marriage con- 
tract dated 20 May 
1 6 16, married Gilbert 
Gourlay. 



Nicholas Primrose, 
born 3 October 

•599- 



Grisel, born Sibylla, born 22 November 
14 December 1601 ; (?) bur. in Greyfriars', 
1600. Edinburgh, 2 January 1659, 

as wife of James Cunningham, 

merchant. 



Thomas Young=Margaret, marriage 
of Leny ; Writer contract dated 5 
to the Signet. April 162 1. 



Elizabeth, born 30 November 1606; 
marr. at Edinburgh 17 July 1623, 
George Macmoran; (?) bur. in Grey- 
friars', Edinburgh, 3 February i66y. 



Katharine, born 
6 June 1610. 



James Primrose, Clerk of the==Nicholas Mercer, 



Privy Council; born 28 January 
1 6 if; Clerk to the Conservers 
of the Peace 4 July 1643 ; sole 
Clerk to the Privy Council 13 
June 1649; bur. in the Grey- 
friars', Edinburgh, 1 7 September 
1668. 



dau. of Sir James 
Mercer of Aldie 
died in 1675. 



George Robertson, =Magdalene, marr. at 
goldsmith ; buried Edinburgh 28 March 
1644; executrix to her 
mother 16 October 
1651 ; buried in the 
Greyfriars', Edinburgh, 
2 November 1684. 



in the Greyfriars', 
Edinburgh, 14 
October 1676. 



Walter, Lord Torpichen ; bapt. at Midcalder 12 May 1629; succeeded his=f=Christian, bom 
brother as 6th Lord Torpichen in the Peerage of Scotland in July 1649, 15 November 
and was served heir to the Baronies of Torpichen and Calder 6 November 1647. 
1649 ; died in May 1696 ; administration granted at Edinburgh 25 November 
1700. He married istly, Jean, dau. and heir of Alexander Lindsay, the 
younger, of Edzell, co. Forfar; 2ndly, Catharine, dau. of William Alexander, 
Viscount Canada ; and 3rdly, Anna, daughter of Alexander, 6th Lord 
Elphinston. A\ 



Elizabeth Primrose, 
born 7 January 
i64f 



Sir James Primrose of Barnbougle,=f=Elizabeth Sinclair, dau. of Sir 



in Dalmeny, co. Linlithgow; born 
5 F'ebruary 164I; died before 27 
November 1679. 



Robert Sinclair of Longformacus, 
CO. Berwick, baronet; born 17 
June 1650. 



Elizabeth Primrose, born 9 November 
1669; bur. in the Greyfriars', Edinburgh, 
14 July 1674. 



George Home of^Margaret, born 7 August 1671; 
Kimmerghame. marr. in Edinburgh 26 March 
1691 ; died in 1692. 



108 



Eupheme, born 8 July 1621. Marion, born 7 July 1622. Alison and Christian (twins), bom 

24 June 1623. 



Nicholas, born Alexander Primrose, born Thomas Primrose, born 24 March 162°. 
18 July 1624. 12 November 1625. 



Peter Primrose, born 28 April 1630. 



Sir William Primrose= 
of Carrington, co. 
Edinburgh, baronet ; 
bom 14 January 1 64I; 
Clerk of Notaries i 
November 1660; suc- 
ceeded his father as 
2nd baronet 27 No- 
vember 1679; died 
23 September 1687. 
Testament confirmed 
at Edinburgh 31 
August 1688. 



=Mary Scott, dau. of Alexander Primrose, Archibald Primrose, 
Patrick Scott of Thirle- born 29 March 1650; born 16 January 
stane, co. Selkirk; mar- died young. 165!; died young, 

riage contract dated 13 
January 1674. 



Major-General Gilbert Primrose; Lieutenant ist Foot Guards 
31 October 1680; Captain 21 March 169^; Colonel i March 
i7of; wounded while in command of the battalion at the battle 
of Schellenberg July 1704; Brigadier-General i January 170^; 
Colonel 24th Foot 9 March 170J; Major-General i January 
i7y^; retired in 17 17; died at Kensington Square, London 
3 September 1731. Will dated 10 August 17 15, proved 14 
September 1731 (P.C.C. 237 Isham). He married Susanna. 



Hugh Mont-=Jean, married 

gomerie of at Canongate, 

Coilsfield. Edinburgh, 8 

April 1 693; died 

before 1708. 



William, Lord Bargany ;=j=Mary, born 
succeeded his father as 3rd 20 June 
Lord 15 May 1693 ; died in 1677. 
July 171 1. Testament con- 
firmed at Glasgow 16 March 
1750. He married 2ndly 
(contract dated 6 August 
1708), Margaret, dau. of 
Robert Dundas of Arniston. 



Archibald Prim- 
rose, born 1 2 
October 1678 ; 
died young. 



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109 



Sir James Primrose, Viscount of Primrose j; 
succeeded his father as 3rd baronet 23 
September 1687 ; served heir to his father 
4 November 1687 ; M.P. for co. Edinburgh 
1703 ; created 30 November 1703, Viscount 
of Primrose, Lord Primrose and Castlefield 
in the Peerage of Scotland ; died at Elphin- 
stone, CO. Haddington, 13 June, bur. at 
Crichton, co. Edinburgh, 2 July 1706. 
Testament confirmed at Edinburgh 19 
September 1707. 



^Lady Eleanor Campbell, 
dau. of James, 2nd Earl 
of Loudoun, by Margaret 
his wife, dau. of Hugh, 

' Earl of Eglinton ; died 
at Edinburgh 21 November, 
bur. at Kirkliston, co. Edin- 
burgh, 24 November 1759. 
She married 2ndly, John, 
Earl of Stair. 



. I. 
William Primrose, 

Lieutenant Scots 
Fusiliers, vi^ounded 
at the battle of 
Bleinheim 2 August 
1704. Testament 
confirmed at Edin- 
burgh 1 3 March 
i7of. 



Francis Primrose, 
born 19 December 
1684. 



Charles, Lord Elphinstone; born at=^Elizabeth, bapt. 
Edinburgh 6 December 1676 ; matricu- 
lated at Glasgow University 18 March 
1700; wounded at Aigremont in 1708 ; 
succeeded his father as 9th Lord 
(Scotland) 24 March 171^; died at 
Elphinstone 20 February 1757. 



18 December 
1680; married 
12 September 
1702 ; died 16 
February 1735. 



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Sir Archibald of Primrose, 
Viscount Primrose ; suc- 
ceeded his father as 2nd 
Viscount 13 June 1706; 
served heir to his father 25 
October 1708; died, under 
age, 19 June 17 16. 



Sir Hugh Primrose, Viscount of Primrose ;= 
served heir to his brother 5 July 17 16; 
Captain Inniskilling (liirl of Stair's) 
Dragoons 2 June 1727; served as a 
Volunteer in the Imperial Army under 
Prince Eugene of Savoy; severely wounded 
at Claussen 17 October 1735; Lieut.- 
Colonel 33rd Foot December 1738; died, 
aged 38, at Wre.xhani, co. Flint, 8 May 
1 741, bur. there. Testament confirmed 
17 February 174^. 



=Ann Drelincourt, dau. 
of the Very Rev. Peter 
Drelincourt, Dean of 
Armagh ; marr. 2 1 
June 1739; died in 
London 3 February 
1775, ''"■■• ^^ ^Vrex- 
ham. \\'illdated5 Jan- 
uarv 1775, proved 30 
March 1775 (P.C.C. 
1 1 6 A/e.xa/tde>-). 



William Primrose, admitted to the Faculty of Advocates 
30 July 1723; died 18 July 1724. 



Margaret Primrose, died at 
Edinburgh 16 January 1771. 



Elizabeth Keith, dau. and= 
coheir of the Hon'''= Sir James 
Keith. I St wife. 



'Sir Archibald Primrose of= 
Carrington, co. Edinburgh, 
baronet (Lord Carrington). 



A 
(For issue see page loj.) 



'Margaret Gray, 
dau. of Sir 
William Gray of 
Pittendrum. 2nd 
wife. 



Mary, born 23 Francis, Lord Semphill ; succeeded his=Grisel, born i9==]3rigadier- General 
August 1657. father as 8th Lord (Scotland) in September 166 1 ; Richard Cunning- 
January 1675 ; marr. at Edinburgh died at Dairy, ham; married 
30 April 1681 ; died, aged 24, at Leith, near Edinburgh, in 1693. 2nd 
CO. Edinburgh, 4 April, bur. 10 May 22 June 1723. husband. 

1674. ist husband. 



Archibald Primrose, Earl of Rosebery ; born at Edinburgh 18 December=j=I)orothea Cressy, 



1664; Gentleman of the Bedchamber to Prince George of Denmark 
1688; M.P. (Scotland) for Edinburgh 1695; created i April 1700, 
Vi.scount of Rosebery, Lord Primrose and I)almeny, and 10 April 1703, 
I'^arl of Rosebery, Viscount of Innerkeithing, Lord Dalmeny and 
Primrose, in the Peerage of Scotland ; Commissioner for the Treaty 
of Union with England; Privy Councillor April 1703; Chamberlain 
of Fife and Strathearn April 1703; Representative Peer of Scotland 
1707, 1708, 1 7 10 and 1 7 13; died 20 October 1723. Administration 
granted 3 June 1724. Testament confirmed at Edinburgh 23 May 1724 
{See '■'■Dictionary 0/ National Biography," Vol. XL VI., page 37g). 



dau. and heir of 
Everingham Cressy 
of Birkin, co. York ; 
marr. in February 
1690 ; administra- 
trix to her husband 
3 June 1724. 



Sir James Primrose, Earl of= 
Rosebery ; succeeded as 2nd Earl 
20 October 1723 and as 6th 
baronet 8 May 1741; died, aged 
64, in Edinburgh, 26 November 
'755) bur. at Dalmeny. Testa- 
ment confirmed at Edinburgh 
5 March 1763. 



=Mary Campbell, sister of John, 4th Everingham Prim- 
Duke of Argyll, and dau. of the rose ; died before 
Hon''''^ John Campbell of Mamore, 1698. 
CO. Inverness, by Elizabeth his wife, — 

dau. of John, 8th Lord Elphin- 

stone ; died, aged 61, at Barnbougle Richard Primrose, 
Castle 8 May, bur. at Dalmeny 1 1 died v. p. 
May 1756. Testament confirmed 
17 June 1756. 



Archibald Primrose, Lord Dalmeny ; John Primrose, Lord Dalmeny, James Primrose, 
born 31 March 1717; died in died, aged 30, 11 August 1755, died young, 
infancy. bur. at Dalmeny. 



in 



John Primrose, store- 
keeper of Edinburgh 
Castle ; died in Lon- 
don in September 
1742. 



Elizabeth Primrose, born 
at Dalmeny, co. Linlith- 
gow, 2 March 169^ ; died 
young. 

Henry Primrose, born 
at Dalmeny 22 March 
169^ ; died in infancy. 



Grissella Primrose, bom 
at Dalmeny 19 February 
169!^ ; died young. 



Anne Primrose, born 
at Dalmeny 2 March 

169! ; died young. 



Henry Primrose, 
born at Dalmeny 
5 May 1704; 
died young. 



Susan Ward, sister and heir of Sir= 
Randall Ward of Bixley, co. Nor- 
folk, 6th baronet, and dau. of Sir 
Edward Ward, by Susan his wife, 
dau. and heir of William Randall of 
Yarmouth, co. Norfolk; inarr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London, 
1 9 May 1764, marriage settlements 
dated 18 May; died, aged 46, at 
Bi.xley Hall 20 August 1771. M.L 
Will dated 25 May 1765, proved 23 
August 1771 (P.C.C. 356 Trevor). 
1st wife. 



=Sir Neil Primrose, Earl of= 
Rosebery, K.T. ; succeeded 
as 3rd Earl 26 November 
1755; representative Peer 
of Scotland 1768, 1774 and 
1780; K.T. 4 RLirch 1771 ; 
executor to his wife 13 
August 1771 ; died, aged 85, 
at Barnbougle Castle 25 
March 18 14. 



=Mary Vincent, dau. of 
Sir Francis Vincent, 7th 
baronet, by Mary his 2nd 
wife, dau. of Lieut. -General 
Thomas Howard ; marr. by 
special licence in Upper 
Grosvenor Street, London, 
17 July 1775 ; died, aged 
70, in Somerset Street, 
Portman Square, London, 
9 March 1823. 2nd wife. 



General Sir Kenneth Alexander Howard, Earl of= 
Effingham, G.C.B., born 29 November, bapt. at St. 
Anne's, Manchester, co. Lancaster, 25 December 1767; 
entered the Army as Ensign in the Coldstream Guards 
21 April 1786; Lieutenant and Captain 1793; Captain 
and Lieut. -Colonel 1797; Colonel 1805; Major-General 
25 July 1810 : Lieut. -General iSig; General 10 
January 1837; A.D.C. to the King 1805; Colonel 70th 
Foot 24 October 1816, 3rd Foot (Buffs) 30 January 
1832 ; served in Flanders February 1793 to May 1795; 
being wounded at St. .Vrmand 8 May 1793; Brig.nde- 
Major of the Guards in the Irish Rebellion 1798, and 
Expedition to Holland 1799; served in the Peninsula 
in command of a brigade January 181 1, of the 2nd 
division July 181 1, and of the ist division June 1813 
-18 14; present at the battles of Fuentes d'Onoro, 
Almaraz, Vittoria, and the passage of the Nive (medal 
and clasp); succeeded his cousin as 12th Baron 
llowartl of Effingham 10 December 1816; created 
Earl of Effingham 27 January 1837 ; K.C.B. 5 January 
1815; G.C.B. 17 Marcli 1820; Commander of the 
'lower and Sword (Portugal); died at Brighton, co. 
Sussex, 13 February 1845, bur. at Rotherham, co. York. 
M.L Will dated 28 July 1837, with codicil dated 31 
July 1844. (See " Dictionary 0/ National Biography," 
Vol. XXV III., page 4g.) 1st husband. /\ 



near Brighton, 
30 April 1858. 
2nd husband. 



=Charlotte, born at=^Thomas Holmes, 
Holland House, marr. at Preston, 
Kensington, Lon- 
don, 27 August 
1776; married 
at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, 
London, 27 May 
1800 ; died at 
Brighton 17 Sep- 
tember 1864. 



Sir Archibald Primrose of Dunipace, co. Stirling, baronet (son of George=j=Mary, marr. at Edin- 



Primrose, formerly Foulis, of Dunipace, and grandson of Sir John 
Foulis, by Margaret Primrose his wife); succeeded his grandfather as 2nd 
baronet 5 August 1 707 ; convicted of high treason for taking part in the 
Rebellion of 1745, and executed at Carlisle 15 November 1746. He 
married istly, Lady Margaret Fleming, dau. of John, Earl of Wigtown. 



burgh 19 November 
1724 ; died at Duni- 
pace 1 7 December 
1746. 



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Alexander, Earl of Caithness ; suc-= 
ceeded his father as 19th Earl of 
Caithness (Scotland) in 1705 ; died, 
aged 80, at Hemer Castle, Caithness, 
9 December 1765. 



'Margaret, marr. at Durham 
15 February 173I; died at 
Hermitage, near Leith, co. 
Edinburgh, 7 October 1785. 



Dorothea Primrose, 
died in London 6 
November 1768. 



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Mary Primrose, Sir Adam Inglis of Cramond, co.^ 

died before Edinburgh, baronet; born 21 Octo- 

1749. ber 1 7 14; admitted Advocate 1736; 

succeeded his father as 3rd baronet 

3 March 1771 ; died at Cramond 

9 November 1772. 



=Dorothea, married at Barnbougle 22 
November 1766; died at Bath, co. 
Somerset, 3 December 1783. Will 
dated 10 October 1783, proved 5 
February 1 784 (P.C.C. 84 Rockingham). 



H 



Henry John Shepherd, K.C. ; educated=Mary, born 

at Eton, admitted 1799, and at Trinity 31 December 

College, Cambridge, admitted pensioner 1777; marr. 

28 April 1803 ;B.A. 1807 ; M. A. 1823; iiApriliSoS; 

of Lincoln's Inn, called to the Bar died at Hyde 

3 February 1809; Bencher 1838; Park Terrace, 

Recorder of Abingdon 1833-52 ; K.C. London, 7 

1834; died, aged 71, at Rose Hill, January 1847. 
Caversham, co. Oxford, 21 May 1855. 



William Hervey^Dorothea Arabella, 
of Bodvell, CO. born 31 January 
Carnarvon; died 1779; marr. at St. 
at Bradwell George's, Hanover 
Grove, co. Ox- Square, London, i 
ford, 5 May 1863. September 1801 ; 

died 16 November 

1825. 



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Harriet Bouverie, dau.=7=Sir Archibald John Primrose, Earl of=j=Hon'''' Anne Margaret 



of the HonW^ Bartholo- 
mew Bouverie, M.P., by 
Mary Wyndham his wife, 
dau. of the Hon*"'^ James 
Everard Arundel ; born 
14 October 1790; marr. 
at St. Marylebone, co. 
Middlesex, 20 May 1808 ; 
marriage dissolved in 
1815 ; died at Nice, 
France, 9 December 1834. 
She married 2ndly, Sir 
Henry St. John Carew St. 
John Mildmay, baronet. 
1st wife. 



Rosebery, K.T., F.R.S. ; born at Barn 
bougie Castle 14 October 1783; of 
Pembroke College, Cambridge, M.A. 
1804 ; M.P. for Helston 1805, and 
for Cashel 1806; succeeded his father 
as 4th Earl 25 May 18 14; Provost 
of Queensferry 1817 ; created Baron 
Rosebery of Rosebery 26 January 1828 ; 
Representative Peer of Scotland 18 18, 
1820 and 1826 ; LL.D. (Cambridge) 
1819 ; Privy Councillor 23 February 
1831 ; K.T. 18 March 1840 ; Lord- 
Lieutenant of Linlithgowshire 20 April 
1843-1863 ; died at 139 Piccadilly, 
London, 4 March 1868, bur. at Dalmeny, 
CO. Linlithgow. Will dated 19 February 
1851 to 13 December 1867, proved 15 
June 1868 (Prin. Reg. 461, 68). {See 
" Dictioiiary of National Biography," 
Vol. XL VI., page 37 g.) 



Anson, dau. of Thomas 
WiUiam, ist Viscount 
Anson, by Anne Margaret 
his wife, dau. of Thomas 
William Coke, afterwards 
I St Earl of Leicester (see 
Pedigree of Leicester, 
" Visitation of England 
and Wales," Vol. VIII., 
page 154) ; bom 3 Oc- 
tober 1796; marr. at 
Holkham, co. Norfolk, 
12 August 1819 ; died at 
139 Piccadilly 19 August 
1882. Will dated 1 1 Feb- 
ruary 187 1, administra- 
tion granted 1 1 December 
i882(Prin. Reg. 942, 82). 
2nd wife. 



(For issue see "Visitation of England and Wales," Vol. XVI., 
pages 132 and 133.) 



Francis Ward Primrose, of Bixley Hall,=j=Percy Gore, dau. of Colonel 



CO. Norfolk, born at Barnbougle 13 
February 1785 ; of Lincoln's Inn, called 
to the Bar in July 1808 ; M.P. for Stirhng 
Burghs 29 March 1819 to 29 P'ebruary 
1820 ; died at Quebec 26 May i860. 



Ralph Gore of Barrowmount, 
CO. Kilkenny; marr. 10 Novem- 
ber 1829; died 30 August 
1869. 



I . 

Hester Amelia Prim- 
rose, born at Barn- 
bougie 1 7 June 1 786 ; 
died there 10 April 
1787. 



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Arms. — Argent on a bend cotised 
azure three lions' heads erased of 
the first. 

[These Arms were assigned to 
Michael Lowe in isgz, by Robert 
Cooke, Clarencietix.] 



Pedigree of Lowe of Lichfield. 



Lowe. 

[Vol. i6, p. 149.] 



Humphrey Lowe of Lichfield, co. Stafford, =f=J can Nightingale, dau. 



mercer, son of Thomas Lowe of Cake- 
more, in Halesowen, co. Worcester 
{Harl. AfSS., 6128, fo. gS) ; Bailiff of 
Lichfield 1556, 1567 and 1573. Will 
dated 30 October 1577, administration 
was granted 25 January 158I (P.C.C. 
25 Bntts). 



of John Nightingale 
of Little Worley, in 
Halesowen, co. Salop ; 
named executrix to 
her husband 30 Octo- 
ber 1577 ; died before 
25 January isSf. 



Thomas Lowe, mentioned in his father's=i=Agnes Robotham of 



will 30 October 1577. 



Nottingham. 



Humphrey Lowe, (?) of Cakemore, in 
Halesowen ; mentioned in wills of his 
grandfather and of his uncles Michael 
and John (who left him his leasehold at 
Cakemore). 



Margery, mentioned 
in will of her grand- 
father. She married 
Robert Lanie of 
Lichfield. 



I 
Michael Lowe of Lichfield,^ 

attorney ; admitted to the Inner 
Temple in 1566 ; named overseer 
to his father's will 30 October 
1677 ; received Grant of Arms 
in 1592, from Robert Cooke, 
Clarencieux ; bur. at Elford, 
CO. Stafford, 4 August 1593- 
Will dated 3 June and 30 July 
1593, proved 13 February 159 J 
(P.C.C. 19 Dixy). 



^Margaret Biddulph, 
dau. of Simon Bid- 
dulph of Lichfield, 
mercer ; marr. at 
St. Mary's, Lichfield, 
2 January 157^ ; 
bur. at St. Michael's, 
Lichfield, i April 
1584. 



John Lowe of Lichfield,=i=Margaret Bird, dau. 



mercer [4th son, Harl. 
MSS., 612S] ; adminis- 
trator to his father 
25 January 158!; bur. 
at St. Michael's, Lich- 
field. Will dated 10 
October 1588, proved 28 
December 1588 (P.C.C. 
16 Leicester). 



of Edward Bird of 
Lichfield ; executrix 
to her husband 28 
December 1588. Ad- 
ministration granted 
S November 1593 
(P.C.C.) She mar- 
ried 2ndly Thomas 
Cooke of Lichfield. 



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Lowe of Lichfield and Pipe 
Ridware, co. Stafford. 



Sir Edward Bromley of Shifnall, co. Salop, knight. Baron of the=Margaret, mentioned in wills 

Exchequer; admitted to the Inner Temple 1580; Barrister-at-Law of her father and grandfather ; 

1590 ; Bencher 1603 ; Serjeant -at -Law 1609 ; Baron of the Exchequer 

6 February 16°^; knighted at Whitehall 26 February following ; M.P. 

for Bridgnorth 6 October 1586, 1588, 1592, 1597, 1601 and i6of. 

Will dated 14 October 1625 and Easter 1626, proved 20 November 

1626 (P.C.C. 128 Hele). 



marr. at Easter 1593 ; executrix 
to her husband 20 November 
1626 ; living 5 December 1643. 



George Abney of= 
Willesley, co. Derby, 
esquire ; admitted to 
the Inner Temple 
1590 ; died, aged 
95. in 1645, bur. 
at Willesley. Will 
dated 5 IJecember 
1643, proved 9 
June 1646 (P.C.C. I 
86 Twisse). /K 



=Margery, mentioned 
in her grandfather's 
will ; marr. before 
3 June 1593; bur. 
at St. Michael's, 
Lichfield, 24 October 
1608. 



Anthony Bagot of Mavesin Ridware,= 
CO. Stafford, esquire ; bapt. at Blith- 
field, CO. Stafford, 20 November 
158S; of Merton College, Oxford, 
matriculated 20 December 1577 ; 
member of the household of Robert, 
Earl of Essex, with whom he served 
in France in 1591 ; received pardon 
14 April 1602 ; bur. at Blithfield, 
21 June 1622. 

(.SVr Vol. 10, page 143). 



=Katherine, born after 
30 October 1577 ; 
marr. after 3 June 
1593 ; bur. at Blith- 
field 26 December 
1620. 



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115 



James Weston of= 
Lichfield, mercer. 
Will dated 2 May 
1589, proved 24 
May 1589 (P.C.C. 
48 Leicester). 



=Margery, 
before 2 
1589. 



died 
May 



CharyHodgson.^ 
I St husband. 



A 



=Isabel, men-= 
tioned in the 
wills of her 
father 30 Oc- 
tober 1577, 
and of her 
brother John 
10 October 
1588. 



A 



=Edward Noble of the 
Close, Lichfield ; marr. 
after 30 October 1577 
and before 10 October 
1588. Will dated 6 April 
1 61 2, proved 4 December 
1 619, by Michael Noble, 
son (P.C.C. 116 Parker). 
2nd husband. 



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Lowe. Grant of Arms to Humphrey Lowe of Bromsgrove, 

[Vol. 16, p. I49-] id'i? 

To all an singular as well noblemen as gentlemen to whome theis presents 
shall come Edward bishe esq. garter principall King of Armes of Englishmen 
sendeth greeting Whereas it hath beene an Antiente custonie of long 
continuance that men of antient decerts have been in all ages distinguished by 
certaine signes & toakens called armes being noe other then outward 
demonstrations of worth & valor acheived either in war or by virtuous endeavours 
in time of peice & wheras humfrey Lowe of Bromsgrave in ye county of 
Worcester esq. high sherife of ye said county is decended of a good family of 
gentry & yet is uncertaine what armes he may duly beare by his perticular 
disent and wheras Micaell Lowe gentleman deceased who was of ye same family 
and obteyned an exemplification of armes vizt. arg. on a bend betwene two 
cotices azure thre lions heads erazed of ye first from Robert Cooke clarenceiux 
King of armes hath left noe issue male of his bodie nowe living nowe I ye said 
Ed: Bishe Garter principall King of armes of Englishmen in consideration of 
the premises have Assigned unto ye said humfry lowe the said armes thus 
differenced vizt. or on a bend betwixt two cottices sables thre lions heads 
erased or And for ye creast on a helmett & wreath of his colors a demy 
griffin segeant erazed or mantled gules doubled argent as in ye margent more 
lively is depicted which armes & creast I ye said Edward bishe by vertue of 
my office doe assigne Ratifie & conferme unto ye said humfrey Lowe and his 
heires & Posterity lawfully begotten for ever to be by him & them borne with 
theire due differences according to the lawes & customes of armes in witness 
whereof I have caused theis presents to be registered in ye office of armes 
& have hereunto subscribed my name & sealed ye same with ye scale of my 
office dated ye eight day of february in ye yeare of our Lord god 1657. 

Edward Bisshe, Garter 
Principall King of Amies 
of Englishmen. 



Brit. A/i/s., Stowe MSS., 677, fo. 61. 



116 




Pedigree of Lowe of Bromsgrove. 



Arms. — Or on a bend cotised sable three 
lions' heads erased of the first. 

\Tkese Arms were assigned to Humphrey 
Lowe 8 February lOjy-S, as lliose duly 
differenced of Micliael Lowe, who was of 
the same family. ] 



Lowe. 

[Vol. i6, p. 149.] 



Humphrey Lowe of= 
Cakemore, in Hales- 
owen, CO. Salop, 
gent ; executor to Sir 
Richard Shelton 10 
May 1648 ; bur. at 
Halesowen 1 7 April 
1655. Administration 
granted 19 November 
165s (P.C.C.) 



=Alice Shelton, sister of Sir Richard 
Shelton, Solicitor- General, and dau. of 
John Shelton of Birmingham, co. 
Warwick, and Barbara his wife, dau. of 
Francis Stanley of West Bromwich, co. 
Stafford, esquire ; bapt. at St. Martin's, 
Birmingham, i November 1581 ; under 
her brother's will, 26 July 1642, she 
received a life interest in the manor of 
West Bromwich. 



Thomas Lowe, Humphrey Lowe of Bromsgrove,= 

bapt. at Hales- co. Worcester, and of Coventry, 

owen 23 De- co. Warwick, esquire; bapt. at 

cember 1620; Halesowen 23 December 1620; 

buried there of Hart Hall, Oxford, matriculated 

16 February 9 November 1638, aged 17; ad- 

i62w. mitted to the Inner Temple 1639 ; 

Sheriff of co. Worcester 1657 ; 

administrator to his father 19 

November 1655 ; received a Grant 

of Arms 8 February 165^ ; bur. at 

Bromsgrove 9 April 1686. Will 

dated 12 September 1684, proved 

3 May 1686 (P.C.C. 60 Lloyd). 



=Katherine Jen- 
kinson, marr. 
at Bromsgrove 
25 May 1654; 
died, aged 74, 
8 October 

1695, bur. in 
St. Michael's, 
Coventry. M.L 



Humphrey Lowe, Thomas Lowe of Chadwick, in Bromsgrove, esquire; born at= 
born at Broms- Bromsgrove 18 April 1657; Slieriff of co. AVorcester 1686; 
grove 13 August executor to his father 3 May 1686 ; bur. in Bromsgrove Church. 
1655. Will dated 2 Feliruary 173;,, proved at 

Worcester 1 June 1738. 




/^, 



'ifcin. 




=Elizabeth Simpson, 
marr. at Broms- 
grove 25 Novem- 
ber 1672 ; buried 
there in 1708. 



Rev. Thomas Wilmot,= 
Vicar of Bromsgrove; 
of University College, 
Oxford, matriculated 
3 June 1690, aged 16, 
B.A.i69f;M.A.i697; 
Vicar of Broms- 
grove 1700. Will 
dated 5 June 1740, 
proved at Worcester 
in October 1741. 



^Elizabeth, bapt. at 
Bromsgrovein 1676; 
marr. at King's Nor- 
ton, CO. Worcester, 
7 February 169I; 
executrix to her 
husband in Octo- 
ber 1741. Will 
dated 22 October 
1742, proved at 
\\'orcester in May 
1754- 



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Humi)hrey Lowe of Chadwick,= 
in Bromsgrove, esquire ; bapt. 
at Bromsgrove 15 July 1678 ; 
of Queen's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 9 March i6gi, 
aged 17 ; admitted to the Inner 
Temple 1697 ; bur. at Broms- 
grove 31 May 1727. Will dated 
25 January 172I, proved at 
Worcester 17 June 1727. 



=Rebecca Jolliffe, dau. of 
Benjamin Jolliffe of Cofton 
Hall, CO. Worcester, by 
Mary his wife, dau. of 
John Jolliffe of London ; 
marriage settlements dated 
30 March 1706; executrix 
to her husband 17 June 
1727; bur. at Bromsgrove. 
Will dated 9 September 
1762 and 10 June 1764, 
proved 10 December 1764 
(P.C.C. 473 Simpson). 



Mary Lowe, of the Precinct, \\'orcester ; bapt. at Bromsgrove 3 May i 708 ; mentioned in her grandfather's 
will 2 February 173I; executrix to her mother 10 December 1764; died, aged 82, 10 January 1791; 
bur. at Bromsgrove. M.L in church. Will dated 2 June 1789 and 17 April 1790, proved 29 January 
1 79 1 (P.C.C. 29 Bevor). 

117 



Joan Lowe, 
bapt. at Hales- 
owen, CO. Sa- 
lop, 27 April 
1623 ; died in 
infancy. 



Margery Lowe, 
bapt. at Hales- 
owen 5 Septem- 
ber 1625, bur. 
there 26 Septem- 
ber following. 



Richard Lowe, bapt. at Hales- = 
owen 30 August 1626 ; of Queen's 
College, Oxford, matriculated 3 
June 1647, aged 15 ; admitted to 
the Liner Temple 1647 ; adminis- 
trator to his father 19 November 
1655 ; living 12 September 1684. 



William Lowe, living 
12 September 1684. 



Humphrey Lowe, living 
12 September 1684. 



Joan Lowe, bapt. 
at Halesowen 1 3 
January 162^, bur. 
there 23 January 
following. 



Francis Lowe, living 
12 September 1684. 



Horatio Hopkins,=Margaret, men- 
died, aged 65, 15 No- tioned in her 
vember 17 17, bur. in 
St. Michael's, Coven- 
try,co. Warwick. M.L 



father's will : 2 
September 1684. 



Thomas Bayley=f=Mary, born at 



of Coventry, gent ; 
aged 27, 15 Octo- 
ber 1682. 



Bromsgrove, co. 
Worcester, 22 
April 1659 ; died 
15 May 1682. 



I 
Sarah, born at 

Bromsgrove 7 

June 1660. 



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Katherine,bapt. Arthur Bagshaw of Ink-=f=Mary, bapt. at Bromsgrove 18 Thomas Lowe, 

at Bromsg 

22 May i( 

married . 

Chambers. 



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jrove berrow, co. Worcester ; 
1684 ; aged 10 in 1682, and 

28, 4 June 1709; bur. 

at Bromsgrove 9 July 

1712. 



June 1686; marr. 9 June 1709, 
marriage licence (Worcester) 
dated 4 June, then aged 20 ; bur. 
at Bromsgrove 29 November 
1711. 



bapt. at Broms- 
grove in 1687 ; 
living 23 May 
1690. 



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Thomas Herbert of Coventry, co.=f=Anne, bapt. at Bromsgrove, co. Worcester,=. 



2nd 



Warwick, gent ; aged about 45, 
14 November 1722 ; died before 
2 February 173I. ist husband. 



3 October 1693 ; marriage licence husband. 
(Worcester) dated 14 November 1722, then 
aged about 27; living 2 February 173!. 



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. . . Vernon. =Frances, bapt. at Bromsgrove in 1696 ; executrix to her=. . . Draper, 
ist husband. father i June 173S (then unmarried). 2nd husband. 



Humphrey Lowe of Bromsgrove, esquire; bapt. Elizabeth Lowe, 

at Bromsgrove 8 December 1709; of Christ bapt. at Broms- 

Church, Oxford, matriculated 17 December grove 22 Jan- 

1728, aged 19 ; SherifTof co. Worcester 1750; uary 171?; died 

died in October 1756, bur. at Bromsgrove. in June 171 1. 
Will dated 6 September 1756, proved 11 
November 1756(P.C.C. 301 Glazier). 

118 



Rebecca Lowe, of Cofton 
Hall ; bapt. at Bromsgrove 
8 October 1712; died at 
Cofton Hall 25 June 1791. 
Will dated i June 1791, 
proved 20 July 1791 (P.C.C. 
343 Bevor.) 



Elizabeth Furye, dau.= 
of Peregrine Furye of 
St. James', Westminster, 
esquire, by Jane his 
wife ; marriage licence 
(Bishop of London) 
dated 28 October 1751. 
I St wife. 



=Rev. Thomas Lowe, Chaplain of Chelsea Hospital,= 
CO. Middlesex; bapt. at Bromsgrove 17 January 
171^; of Pembroke College, 0,\ford, matriculated 
6 April 1834, aged 19, B.A. from New Inn Hall 
1737 ; M.A. 1740 ; Rector of Epworth, CO. Lincoln, 
26 October 1751, and of St. Nicholas', (iuildford, 
CO. Surrey, 30 April 1757 ; died 17 April 1764, 
bur. at Bromsgrove. Will dated 6 March 1762, 
proved 24 May 1764 (P.C.C. 184 Simpson). 



=Isabel Stuart, mar- 
riage licence 
(Bishop of London) 
dated 18 August 
1759; executrix to 
her husband 24 
May 1764. 2nd 
wife. 



Thomas Humphrey Lowe of Bronisgrove,= 
and of Ludlow, co. Salop ; educated at 
Westminster, admitted 12 January 1767, 
King's Scholar 1768, aged 14; mentioned in 
the will of his grandfather, Peregrine Furye, 22 
December 1758 ; died 10 November 1797. 
Will dated 10 October 1794, proved 17 March 
1798 (P.C.C. 193 IValpok). Portraits in 
the possession of Thomas Arthur Hill Lowe 
a?id Arthur Hill Ommanney Peter Hill- 
Lowe, his great-grandsons. 



=Lucy Hill, dau. and coheir of Thomas Hill of 
Court of Hill, CO. Salop, M.P., by Lucy his wife, 
dau. of Francis Rocke of Whitton ; marr. 2 
April 1780 (marriage settlements dated i April) ; 
executrix to her husband 17 March 1798; 
died, aged 93, 15 March 1855. She married 
zndly Thomas Fowler of Abbey-cwm-hir, co. 
Radnor. Miniature on ivory in the possession 
of Thomas Arthur Hill Lowe, her great- 
grandson. 



Very Rev. Thomas Hill Peregrine Furye Lowe of Court of Hill, co.= 
Salop, and of Norbiton House, co. Surrey, Dean of E.\eter ; born at 
Bromsgrove 21 December 1781 ; educated at Westminster, and at 
Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 6 November 1799, B.A. 1805 ; 
M.A. i8i8; admitted to Lincoln's Inn 4 February 1804; Chaplain to 
Viscount Gage 1812; Vicar of Grimley with Hallow, co. Worcester, 
9 February 1820-32 ; Rector of Holdgate (2nd portion), co. 
Salop, 12 March 182 1, and of Silvingtun, co. Salop, 4 September 
1827 ; Precentor of Exeter Cathedral 14 September 1832 ; Rector 
of Holy Trinity, Exeter, 23 January 1837 to 1840 ; Vicar of 
Littleham with Exmouth, co. Devon, 8 September 1840 to 1843 ; 
Dean of Exeter 27 June 1S39; J. P. for co. Salop; author of "An 
Essay on the Absolving Power of the Church 1825, and other works ; 
died at the Deanery, Exeter, 17 January i86i, bur. in Exeter Cathedral. 
Will dated 31 May 1858, proved (Prin. Reg., 171, 61) 11 March 1861, 
Portrait and Marble Bust in the possession of Thomas Arthur Hill 
Loive, also Portraits in possession of Arthur Hill Ommanney I'eter 
Hill-Lowe and Noel Herbert Strode Lowe, his grandsons. 



=Ellen Lucy Pardoe, 
eldest dau. of George 
Pardoe of Nash Court 
and Cleeton, both co. 
Salop, by Elen his 
wife, dau. of Richard 
Dansey Dansey of 
Easton Court, co. 
Hereford ; marr. at 
the parish church, 
Ludlow, 24 February 
1808; died at the 
Deanery, Exeter, 17 
June, 1843, bur in 
Exeter Cathedral. 



A 
{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales," 
Vol. XVL., page 149.) 



I . I 

Charles Bullock of Faulkborne, co. Essex,=j=Harriet, marr. 11 May 1807; died, Emma 



and afterwards of Woodville House, co. 
Devon; died, aged 58, at Woodville House, 
28 July 1842. 



aged 83, at Exeter, 26 April 1870, bur. 
at Northam, co. Devon. M.I. 



Lowe. 



119 



Catherine Lowe, 
bapt. at Broms- 
grove in 1718; 

died in January 






Henry Vaughan Jeffreys of Worcester, and= 
of Kirk ham Abbey, co. York ; born 9 June 
1722; execuior to Humphrey Lowe 11 
November 1756 ; died 6 January 1803. 
Will dated 16 December 1768. Adminis- 
tration granted 12 February 1803 (P.C.C. 
113 Marriott). 



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=Anne, bapt. at Bromsgrove 
6 November 17 19; married 
before 6 September 1756; 
executrix to her sister 29 
January 1791 ; died 30 
November 1795. 



Rupert Dovey of= 
Stourbridge, co. 
Worcester, esquire ; 
died 10 January, 
bur. at Claverley, 
CO. Salop, 12 Jan- 
uary 1771. ^Vill 
dated 16 November 
1770, proved 24 
July 1 77 1 (PC.C. 
292 Trevor). 



=Frances, bapt. at 
Bromsgrove iSJune 
1721 ; mentioned 
in her grandfather's 
will 2 February 1 73I ; 
bur. at Claverley i 
December 1783. 
Will dated 5 January 
1 78 1 to 17 Novem- 
ber 1783, proved 27 
April 1784 (P.C.C. 
198 Rockingham). 



Rev. Other Philpott, Rector 
of Pedmore, co. Worcester; 
of Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 12 March i74f, 
aged 17, B.A. 174I; M.A. 
1 747 ; Rector of Pedmore 
13 August 1754; died 17 
October 1792, bur. at Ped- 
more. Will dated 2 1 April 
1 774 and 27 December 1791, 
proved 20 December 1792 
(P.C.C. 631 Fountain). 



'Margaret, bapt. at 
Bromsgrove 2 1 March 
172I ; marr. 3 January 
1759; executrix to her 
sister 29 Januaryi79i, 
and to her husband 
20 December 1792 ; 
died 12 December 
1809. Will dated 17 
October 1797, proved 
8 March 1810 (P.C.C. 
155 Collingwood). 
2nd wife. 



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Mary Flounders,= 
dau. of Ben- 
jamin Flounders 
of Culmington, 
CO. Salop ; marr. 
1 7 February 1 841; 
died at Yarm, co. 
York, 17 Octo- 
ber 1844. ist 
wife. 



=Colonel Arthur Charles Hill of= 
Court of Hill, CO. Salop ; born 30 
August 1796; educated at West- 
minster, admitted 13 January 1808; 
entered the Army as Cornet i8th 
Dragoons 20 April 1815 ; Lieu- 
tenant 1815 ; Captain 1827 ; Major 
21 August 1839; retired 6 May 
1842; Colonel 15 March 1858; 
wounded at the siege of Bhurtpore 
1825 (medal); executor to his 
brother Thomas 11 March 1861 ; 
took name of Hill 10 October 1865 ; 
died, aged 80, 13 January 1877. 



=Caroline Eliza-= 
beth Baker, 
daughter of 
Thomas Baker 
of Ashurst 
Lodge, CO. 
Kent ; marr. 
at Hartlebury, 
CO. Warwick, 

8 September 
1846 ; died 

9 July 1861. 
2nd wife. 



=Enima Bridges, dau. 
of Thomas Charles 
Bridges ; marr. at St. 
Luke's, Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester, 19 
November 1867. She 
married istly the Rev. 
Thomas James Long- 
worth, Vicar of Brom- 
field, CO. Salop, and 
of Walworth House, 
CO. Gloucester. 3rd 
wife. 



Arthur Hill, born at Mary Hill, born Gerald =f=Caroline, born at Alice Constance 



Court of Hill 19 Decem- 
ber 1847 ; accidentally 
drowned off Rothesay, 
CO. Bute, aged 29, 
I December 1876. 



at Court of Hill 
20 August 1849 ; 
died, aged 19, at 
Court of Hill, 8 
October 1868. 



Wontner. 



Court of Hill 19 
August 1851 ; marr. 
at St. Mary's, The 
Boltons, South 

Kensington, Lon- 
don, 21 June 1877. 



Hill, born at 
Court of Hill 27 
January i<Ss5. 



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Mary- 
lebone, London, 12 
May 1827. 



Admiral Sir Thomas Hastings, K.C.H. ; born at the Rectory, \Vliichford,=Louisa Elizabeth 

CO. Warwick, 3 July 1790; entered Navy in September 1803, Lieutenant marr. at St 

17 January 1810, 1st Lieutenant of the "Undaunted," which took 

Na|)oleon to Elba in April 18 14, Captain 22 July 1830, in command ol 

gunnery establisliment on board H.M.S. "Excellent" 1832-45; Superin 

tendent of Royal Naval College at Portsmouth 1839-45; knighted at 

St. James' Palace 5 June 1839, for his improvements in naval gunnery ; 

Principal Storekeeper of the Ordnance 25 July 1845 to May 1855, 

Rear-Admiral 27 September 1855, Vice-Admirnl 1862, Admiral (retired; 

2 April 1866; C.B. 22 November 1850, K.C.U. 9 March 1859: died 

at 7 Seymour Street, Portman S([uare, London, 3 January 1870. 



Pedigree of Strode. 

John Strode of Newnham, in I'lynijiton St. Mary, co. 1 )evon*T=Anne Burley of 



Strode. 

[Vol. i6, p. 154.] 



(son of John Strode of Strode, in Krmington, co. Devon, by 
Melior his wife, dau. and coheir of Simon Newnham of 
Newnham); received a Hcence, dated 20 May 1432, for a private 
chapel at Newnham from Edmund Lacy, liishop of Exeter. 



Clanacombe, co. 
Devon; 



Richard Strode of Newnham, esquire ;= 
M.P. for Plympton 31 January 1447- ; 
bur. at I'iymptonSt. Mary. M.l. Will 
dated 12 Octoijer 1464. 



=Margaret Fortescue, dau. of Henry 
Fortescue of Wood, co. Devon ; 
mentioned in her husband's will 
12 October 1464. 



Elizabeth, man, 
Richard Rike of 
Denbury, co. 
Devon. 



Alice Gibbs,=William Strode of Newnham,==Agnes Worth, dau. of Thomas^Joan Strode, 
of Venton, esquire; died 18 May 15 18. Worth of Worth, co. Devon. She 3rd wife. 
CO. Devon. Inq. p. m. taken at Exeter 3 married istly Thomas Chamond. 
I St wife. October 1518(6". F(?/.jj, iVo. (5.) 2nd wife. 



Richard Strode of= 
Plympton ; died 
before 18 May 1 5 18. 



=Joan Pennells, dau. 
and heir of Ellis Pen- 
nells of Plympton. 



Joan, living 
1 2 October 
1464. 



Elizabeth, living 
12 October 1464. 



John Strode, 
died before i 2 
October 1464. 



Richard Strode of Newnham, esquire ;= 
died 5 December 1551. Inq. p. m. 
taken at Exeter 28 April 1552 (C Vol. 
P5, No. 20.) Will dated 26 August 
1550, proved 13 July 1552 (Cons: 
Court of Exeter). 



=Agnes Milliton, dau. of 
John Milliton of Meavy, 
CO. Devon. Will dated 6 
November 1553, proved 
II January 155-4- (Cons: 
Court of Exeter). 



Francis Stretchleigh=j=Alice. 
of Stretchleigh, in 
Ermington, co. | 
Devon. }^ 



William Strode of Newnham, esquire ; boni= 
at Newnham 16 June 1504; executor to his 
father 13 July 1552, and to his mother 
II January 155! ; died at Newnham 5 May 
1579- 



=Elizabeth Courtenay, dau. and heir of Philip 
Courtenay of Loughtor, co. Devon, by Jane his 
wife, dau. of Richard Fowel ; aged 6 months at 
her father's death 26 March 1514; living 4 
October 1581. 



Richard Strode of Newnham, esquire ;= 
mentioned in wills of his grandfather 
26 August 1 550, and of his grandmother 
6 November 1553; died 5 August 1581. 
Inq. p. m. taken at Exeter 4 October 
1 58 1 (C. Vol. ig2, No. 12.) 



=Frances Cromwell, dau. of Gregory, Lord Cromwell, by 
Elizabeth his wife, sister of Edward, Duke of Somerset, 
K.G., the Protector ; marr. at Compton, co. Hants, in 
1560, marriage settlements dated 3 January I56y; 
died, aged 18, 7 February 156!, bur. at Plympton 
St. Mary. 



Mary Southcott, dau. of= 
Thomas Southcott of 
Bovey Tracey, co. Devon, 
esquire, by Katherine his 
wife, dau. of Sir William 
Pole of Shute, co. Devon, 
knight ; marr. at Bovey 
Tracey 18 July 1581, 
marr. licence (Exeter) 
dated 15 July; bur. at 
Plympton St. Mary 24 
February 161 J. M.I. 
ist wife. 



=Sir William Strode of Newnham, knight ;= 
born I February 156^^; admitted to the 
Inner Temple in 1580; High Sheriff of 
Devon 1594; D.L. for that county 15 
June 1599; M.P. for Plympton 12 
October 1601 to February 161 f and 11 
December 1621 ; Recorder of Plymouth 
15 August 161 1 ; died, aged 75, 27 June, 
bur. at Plympton St. Mary 28 June 1637. 
M.I. Will dated 24 September 1636, 
proved 21 February 163!^ (P.C.C. 18 Lee). 



=Dewnes Glanville, dau. of 
Nicholas Glanville of Tavis- 
tock, CO. Devon ; marr. at 
Tavistock 31 March 1624; 
bur. at Plympton St. Mary 
16 September 1635. M.I. 
She married istly Stephen 
Vosper of Liskeard, co. 
Cornwall. 2nd wife. 



Francis Strode. John Croker of Lyneham, co. Devon, = 
esquire ; mentioned in will of Agnes 
Strode 6 November 1553 ; died 30 June 

Richard Strode. 1560. 



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^Elizabeth, mentioned in wills 
of her father 26 August 1550, 
and of her mother 6 November 
1553- 



Thomas Fortescue of Wimpstone, co. Devon (eldest son=j=Cecily, mentioned in wills of her 



of Thomas Fortescue of Wimpstone, esquire) ; died v.p. 
before 6 November 1553. 



father 26 .•\ugust 1550, and of her 
mother 6 November 1553. 



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John Strode, mentioned in wills of his grandmother 6 November 1553, and of his=Honour 
brother William 17 August 1603; bur. at Plympton St. Mary 24 November Speccott. 
1610. 



Catherine Strode, only= 
dau. and heir of Sir 
Robert Strode of 
Parnham, co. Dorset, 
knight, by Margaret 
his wife, daughter of 
Thomas Luttrell of 
Dunster Castle, co. 
Somerset, esquire; 
born 25 June 1584 ; 
died in 1 608 {see"Frag- 
tuenta Genealogica" 
Vol. Vin., page 128). 
I St wife. 



=Sir Richard Strode of Newnham,= 
CO. Devon, and of Chalmington, 
CO. Dorset, knight ; bapt. at Bovey 
Tracey, co. Devon, i July 1584; 
knighted at the Tower 14 March 
i6of ; M.P. for Beer Alston 27 
February i6of, for Bridport 20 
January 162I-, and for Plympton 
1643; bur. at Plympton St. Mary 
9 October 1669. Will dated 20 
July 1669, proved 27 July 1670 
(P.C.C. 94 Pe»>i)- 



■Elizabeth Earle,= 
dau. of Thomas 
Earle of Char- 
borough, CO. 
Dorset ; bur. at 
Plympton St. 
Mary 29 June 
1652. 2nd wife. 



=Anne Drake, dau. 
of Sir John Drake 
ofAsh, CO. Devon, 
knight, by Helen 
his wife, dau. and 
coheir of John, 
Lord Botelcr of 
Brantfield. 3rd 
wife. 



Elizabeth, aged Robert Savery of=j=Frances, mentioned in will Katherine, married the Rev. 



15 in 1620. 



Slade, CO. Devon. 



of her uncle William 4 Walter Newborough. 
July 1644. 



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Edward Stockman of^Mary.==George Kekewich of Catchfrench, co. Cornwall, esquire ; bapt. 
I'urpile, CO. Wilts. at Morval, co. Cornwall, 13 November 1614. Will dated 18 

ist husband. September i66i, i)roved 27 October 1662 (P.C.C. 128 Laud). 

He married istly Alice, dau. of Sir Richard Puller of Shilling- 
ham, CO. C'ornwall, knight, and 3rdly . . . Dowse, widow. 
2nd husband. 



William Strode of Carswell, in H[olbeton,=p"Joan Darte, dau. of John Darte of Uarnstaple, co. 
CO. Devon, gent; mentioned in will of Devon; bapt. at Barnstaple 1 1 May 1560; adminis- 
his grandmother 6 November 1553. tratrix to her husband 4 June 1605 ; executrix to her 
Will dated 17 August 1603, administration son Phihp 8 May 1623. Will dated 3 September 
granted 4 June 1605 (P.C.C. 40 Hayes). 1629, proved 15 October 1629 (Arch: of Totnes). 



Adam Strode of ("arswell, and of Innatoti in= 
Ugborough, CO. Devon ; of Broadgates Hall, 
Oxford, matriculated 30 October 1607, aged 18; 
mentioned in will of his brother Sampson 5 July 
1654; died, aged 76, bur. at Ugborough 29 No^ 
vember 1666. Will dated 24 October 1661, 
proved 5 December 1666 (Arch: of Totnes). 



=Ursula Bruton, dau. of 
William Bruton of Heavi- 
tree, co. Devon; marr. 
at Exeter Cathedral 
29 December 1610 ; 
bur. at Ugborough 23 
November 1657. 



Philip Strode of 
Carswell. Will 
dated 1 7 May 
1622, proved 8 
May 1623 (Arch: 
of Totnes). 



Rev. Reginald Strode, 
Rector of Zeal Mona- 
chorum, co. Devon ; 
of Christ Church, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 19 
December 1634, aged 
17; B.A. 1638 ; M.A. 
1641 ; living 24 October 
1661. 



Elizabeth Strode, 
bur. at Ugborough 
9 October 1656. 

Mary, married 
Edward Mutton 
of Plympton 
St. Maurice, co. 
Devon. 



Helen Strode, bur. at Plympton 
St. Maurice 24 December 1669. 



Joan, bapt. at Holbeton 15 March 
i62f ; marr. at Plympton St. 
Maurice 22 May 1662, Matthew 
Roope of South Molton, co. 
Devon, geni. 



Juliana Strode, 
bapt. at Ug- 
borough 22 De- 
cember 1628 ; 
living 1 6 Sep- 
tember 1687. 



John Strode, bapt. at 
Holbeton 20 March 
1634 ; bur. at Ug- 
borough 31 December 
1639. 



Ahce Strode, William Strode of Plympton 
bur. at Ug- St. Mary. Will dated 16 Sep- 
borough 29 tember 1687 and 17 August 
August 1655. 1689, proved in January i6f^ 
(Arch ; of Totnes). 



Roger Strode, bur. 
at Ugborough 2 1 
December 1639. 



Sir George Chudleigh of Ashton, co. Devon, baronet ; aged 8 at his=f=Mary, bapt. at Bovey 



father's death 6 November 1589; of New College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 26 November 1596, aged 18 ; M.P. for St. Michaels 29 September 
1601, East Looe 1614, Lostwithiel 24 December 1620 and 27 April 
1625, and for Tiverton 22 January 162^; created a baronet i August 
1622; died 15 January, bur. at .^shton 21 January T657. Will dated 
20 September 1655, proved i July 1658 (P.C.C. 365 Woottoii). 



Tracey, co. Devon, 
30 July 1586 ; bur. at 
Ashton 25 September 
1645. 



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Joseph Strode of 
Chalmington, co. 
Dorset ; mentioned 
in his father's will 
20 July 1669. 



Hugh Chudleigh of Westminster [grandson of Sir= 
George Chudleigh and Mary Strode, see above\ 
Will dated 3 April 1704, proved 14 November 
1707 (P.C.C. 278 Poky). 



A 



=Susan, not 16, 20 July 
1669; executrix to her 
husband 14 November 
1707. 



Hugh Stowell of^Penelope, buried at=John Hele of Wisdome, co. Devon, esquire ; aged 



Tor Moham, co. I Cornwood, co. Devon, 
Devon;diedini645. | 22 December 1688. 
1st husband. A 



2^ years in 1620 ; marr. at Plympton St. Mary 24 
December 1646; marriage settlements dated 14 
January 164*. 2nd husband. 



Philip Strode of Shaugh Prior, co. Devon ;= 
mentioned in will of his grandmother 6 
November 1553 ; bur. at Plympton St. Mary, 
CO. Devon, in June 1605. Administration 
granted 6 August 1605 (Cons: Court of 
Exeter). 



A\'ilmot Houghton, dau. of William Houghton 
of Houghton, CO. Lancaster; marriage licence 
(Exeter) dated 22 April 1596 ; administratrix 
to her husband 6 August 1605. She married 
2ndly William Bond of Holwood, co. Cornwall. 



Mary, bapt. at 
Shaugh Prior 

25 .Tuiy 1599- 



Rev. William Strode, bapt. at Shaugh Prior 1 1 January 
i6o5 ; educated at Westminster and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated i June 1621, aged 19; B.A. 1621 ; 
M.A. 1624 ; Proctor 1629 ; B.D. 1631 ; D.D. 1638; Canon 
I July 1638; Public Orator 1629-45; Rector of East 
Bradenham, co. Norfolk, 1633 ; Vicar of Black Bourton, co. 
Oxford, 1638, and of Badby, co. Northampton, 1639 ; died 
10 March, bur. in Christ Church, Oxford, 13 March 1644. 



Richard Strode, 
bapt. at Shaugh 
Prior 21 April 
1603 ; died young. 



Sampson Strode of Holbeton, co. Devon,=j= 
gent ; bur. at Plympton St. Maurice 23 
July 1654. Will dated 5 July 1654, proved 
26 September 1654 (34 Akhin). 



Joan, executrix to her father 26 
September 1654; marr. at Holbe- 
ton 10 December 1646, Thomas 
Drake, bur. at Plympton St. 
Maurice 25 June 1653. 



Julian, aged 35 
in 1620 ; marr. 
John Colquite 
of Fowey, co. 
Cornwall. — 



I 
Agnes, executrix to her 
father 26 September 1654 ; 
marr. Thomas Pollexfen 
of Holbeton, gent ; died 
before 30 November 1682. 



Christian, married 
. . . Hornaman. 



Helen, living 17 
August 1603. 



Barbara, living 1 7 
May 1622. 



Joan, living 3 
September 1629. 



William Strode of Meavy, co. Devon, esquire; bapt. at Bovey Tracey, co. Devon, 6 November 
1594; admitted to the Inner Temple 1614 ; of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 9 May 
1617; B.A. 1619 ; M.P. for Beer Alston 21 January i62f, 1625, 162!, 162I, 27 March 1640, 
and November 1640 (Long Parliament) ; imprisoned by the Star Chamber for his action in 
Parliament 1629-40; one of the five members impeached by the King 2 June 1642 ; executor 
to his father 21 February 163; ; died at Tottenham, co. Middlesex, 9 September, bur. at the 
public expense in Westminster Abbey 22 September 1645 (remains exhumed by Royal Command 
9 September 1661). Will dated 4 July 1644, proved 10 September 1645 (P.C.C 113 Rivers) 
{See '■'■ Dictionary of National Biography" Vol. LV., page jg). 



John Harbin of New-= 
Ion, in Yeovil, co. 
Somerset, esquire ; 
born in 1614 ; marr. 
in 1665 ; died 29 May 
1672. He married 
islly Isabella, dau. of 
William Pert of 
Arnolds, co. Essex. 
I St husband. 



'Elizabeth, ad-=Richard Mallack of .Xxmouth, 
ministratrix to esquire ; marr. at Seaton, co. 
her husband Devon, 21 May 1684; bur. at 
4 January Axmouth 27 November 1686. 
168^ ; died in Administration grunted 4 Jan- 
1693; bur. at uary 1687 (I'.C.C.) He married 
Axmouth, CO. istly I'>li/.abelh, dau. of Roger 
Devon. M.I. Tuckfield of Thorverton, co. 
Devon. 2nd husband. 

124 



Dorothy Strode, men- 
tioned in will of her 
uncle William 4 July 
1C44 ; administration 
granted 20 January 
168,'. (Exeter Prin. 
Reg:) 



Arthur Strode of Lifton, Edward Yard of Churston=j=Agnes, mentioned Katherine, men- 



co. Devon, gent ; born 19 
May 1552 ; bur. at Ashbury, 
CO. Devon. Will dated 2 
November 1593, proved 
II December 1595 (Exeter 
Prin. Reg.) 



Ferrers, co. Devon, esquire ; 
bur. at Brixham, co. Devon, 
4 January 158I. He 
married 2ndly Anne, dau. 
of Gregory Hockmore. 



A 



in her grand- 
father's will 26 
August 1550; bur. 
at Brixham 1 7 
November 1566. 



tioned in her 
grandfather's will 
26 August 1550. 
She married 

George Whyte. 



Thomas Prest-=j=Mary, men-==NicholasMartyn of Exeter; Stephen Vaughan,=Joan, men- 



wood of Exeter, 
CO. Devon. 1st 
husband. 



tioned in her 
grandfather's 
will 26 August 
1550 ; bur. at 
St. Petrock'.s, 
Exeter, 10 
March iS7f. 



bur. at St. Petrock's, Exeter, 
24 March 1595. He mar- 
ried istly Mary, dau. of 
Leonard Yeo of Hather- 
leigh, CO. Devon, and 3rdly 
Elizabeth Rowse. 2nd 
husband. 



mentioned in will 
of William Strode 
17 August 1603. 



tioned in her 
grandfather's 
will 26 August 
'550- 



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Sir Francis Drake of Buckland Abbey, co. Devon, baronet ;=i=Joan, adminis-= 

bapt. at Buckland Monachorum, CO. Devon, 16 September tratrix to her 

1588 ; of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 23 Novem- husband 4 

ber 1604 ; admitted to I.,incoln's Inn 1606 ; succeeded his April 1637 

father, the sole surviving brother and heir of Sir Francis mentioned in 

Drake, 4 April 1606; marriage licence (Exeter) dated will of her 

5 October 1615 ; created a baronet 2 August 1622; brother Wil- 

M.P. for Plympton 24 January 163I, and for Devon 17 Ham 4 July 

March i62|^; Sheriff of co. Devon 1632 ; died 11 March 1644. 
1635. Administration granted 4 April 1637 (P.C.C.) 
Inq. p. m. taken at Okehampton 31 May 1637 (C. Vol. j/o. 
No. g6). He married istly Jane, dau. of Sir Amyas 
Bampfield of Poltimore, co. Devon, knight, ist husband. 

{See Vol. IX., page J2.) /ts. 



=John Trefusis of 
Trefusis, co. Corn- 
wall, esquire ; aged 
17 in 1 603 ; marr. 
at Buckland Mona- 
chorum 21 August 
1639. He married 
istly Jane, dau. of 
William Treffrey of 
Fowey,co.Cornwal!. 
2nd husband. 



.1. 
Ann Button, =j=Sir William Strode of=|=Blanche Kekewich, dau. of William Kekewich of 



dau. of Sir 
Francis Wil- 
liam Button 
of Parkgate, 
CO. Devon. 
1st wife. 



Newnham, co. Devon 
knight; M. P. for Plymp- 
ton 5 April 1660 till 
death ; J. P. ; knighted 5 
December 1660 ; bur. 
at Plympton St. Mary 
14 January i67f. 



Catchfrench, co. Cornwall, esquire, by Jane his wife, 
dau. of William Coode of Morvale, co. Cornwall, 
esquire; bapt. at St. Germans, co. Cornwall, 22 July 
1627 ; marr. there 17 October 1647 ; bur. at Plympton 
St. Mary 9 November 1665. 2nd wife. 



Mary, administration 
granted 8 December 
1714 (P.C.C.) She 
married . . . Grymes 
of St. Anne's, West- 
minster. 



Martha Strode, of Loughtor, co. Devon ; 
executrix to her sisier Elizabeth 16 July 
1 7 IT, and administrator to her sister 
Mary 8 December 17 14; living 2 No- 
vember 1 7 16 ; died before 24 September 
1720. 



Richard Strode of Newnham, 
esquire ; bapt. at Plympton 
St. Mary 11 April 1639 ; M.P. 
for Plympton 20 April 1685 ; 
Mayor of Plympton 1685. 



Joseph Maynard of= 
Tavistock, CO. Devon, 
esquire. Adminis- 
tration was granted 
31 December 1699 
(P.C.C.) isthusband. 



=Eli/.abeth, bapt. at= 
Plympton St. Mary 3 
October 1641. Will 
dated 20 July 1707, 
proved 16 July 171 1 
(P.C.C. 155 Yon in 



A 



A 



=Henry Walrond of Bradfield, co. Devon, esquire ; 
admitted to the MiddleTemple 3 June 1662; marr. 
at Ash Chapel, co. Devon, 17 September 1698; 
bur. at Uffculme, co. Devon, 4 October 1724. He 
married 2ndly Elizabeth, dau. of William Floyer 
of Floyer Hayes, co. Devon. 2nd husband. 



125 



I 

Rev. Sampson Strode, Rector of Dittisham, co. Devon ; Fellow of=j=Joan Edgcumbe, dau. 



All Souls', Oxford, B.A. 1573 ; M.A. 1577 ; Canon of Exeter 1583 
Rector of Dittisham 1583, and of Little Hempston, co. Devon, 1589 ; 
mentioned in will of his brother William 17 August 1603. Will dated 
16 December 1628, administration granted 3 October 1638 (Exeter 
Prin. Reg.) 



of John Edgcumbe of 
Leigh, in Ugborough, 
CO. Devon. 



Arthur Strode of Dittisham, gent ; of William Strode of Ugborough ; of=f=Frances, bur. 
Broadgates Hall, Oxford, matriculated 30 Broadgates Hall, Oxford, matricu- I at Ugborough 



October 1607, aged 18; admitted to the lated 30 October 1607, aged 15, 
Middle Temple in 1608. Will dated 26 B.A. 1610 ; admitted to the Middle 
March 1607, proved 14 October 1612 Temple in 1612; executor to his 
(P.C.C. 82 Femur). brother Arthur 14 October 1612; 

living 3 October 1638. 



19 October 
1654- 



Sir John Chichester of Hall, co. Devon,=i=Ursula, bur. 
knight ; bapt. at Bishop's Tawton, co. at Bishop's 
Devon, 10 December 1598; succeeded Tawton 9 
his father 10 February i5of ; knighted July 1635. 
at Plymouth 16 September 1625 ; M.I. 
died 24 September, bur. at Bishop's 
Tawton 28 .September 1669. Adminis- 
tration granted at Exeter 14 October 
1670. He married 2ndly Elizabeth, 
dau. of Sir Lewis Pollard, and 3rdly 
Susannah Stevens, widow of Sir John 
Rolle, K.B. A 



Sir Samuel Soniaster= 
of Painsford, co. 
Devon, knight ; aged 
14 years and 4 
months at his father's 
death in 1606 ; 
knighted at New- 
market 6 December 
16 16. He married 
2ndly Dorothy Wise, 
widow. 



^Frances, niarr. 
at All Hallows', 
GoldsmithStreet, 
Exeter, 6 January 
i6o|- ; bur. at 
Ashprington, co. 
Devon, 9 April 
1628. 



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John Willoughby of= 
Pehembury, co. 

Devon ; aged 9 in 
1620 ; marriage li- 
cence (Exeter) dated 
27 September 1673 ; 
bur. at Pehembury 
25 December 1681. 
\\'\\\ proved at Exeter 
15 February i6S|. 
He married istly 
Mary, dau. of Sir 
John Davie. 2nd 
husband. 



=Jane, adminis- 
tratrix to her 
sister Dorothy 
2oJanuaryi68i. 
She married 
istly Richard 
Northcote. 



Sir John Drake of Ash, co.= 
Devon, baronet ; of the Inner 
Temple,admitted November 
1644; M. P. for B rid port 16 
April 1660; knighted at 
Whitehall 5 June 1660; 
created a baronet 31 August 
1660 ; bur. at Axminster, co. 
Devon, 7 July 1669. Will 
dated 8 September 1667, 
administration granted 30 
December 1669 (P.C.C. 159 
Coke). Hemarried istlyjane, 
dau. of Sirjohn and Elizabeth 
Yonge (see paf:;e 128). ^ 



'Dionis, bur. Catherine. 

at Axminster 

25 November 

1679. Anne. 



William Strode,=Sophia Fortescue, dau. of John Fortescue of Brixton, Francis Strode, bapt. 
bur. at Plympton co. Devon, and Joan his wife ; marr. at Plympton at Meavy, co. Devon, 
St. Mary, co. St. Maurice, co. Devon, 3 May 1682; bur. there 21 .'\ugust 1654; bur. 
8 February 168?. at Plympton St. Mary 

29 October 1675. 



Devon, 16 No 
vember 1718. 



126 



Thomas Strode. =Jane Foot. 



Walter Hele of Gnaton, in Newton= 
Ferrers, co. Devon, esquire; aged 19, 
7 May 1571 ; died 20 May 1609. 



■Elizabeth, mentioned 
in her grandfather's 
will 26 August 1550. 



Rev. John Strode, Rector of Dittisham, co. Devon ; of Broad-=|=Sarah Reyner, dau. of John 



gates Hall, Oxford, matriculated 8 November 161 1, aged 16 
B.A. 1615; M.A. 1617; Rector of Little Hempston 1629, 
and of Dittisham 1632 ; mentioned in his father's will 16 
December 1628 ; bur. at Dittisham 30 November 1668. 
Administration granted 12 February i66f (Exeter Prin. Reg.) 



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Reyner of Ogwell, co. Devon; 
administratrix to her husband 
12 February i66f ; bur. at 
Dittisham 12 April 1678. 
M.I. 



William Strode of Dittisham ; died, aged 66, bur. at=f=Alice Strode, marr. at Dittisham, 



Dittisham 8 October 1701. M.I. Will dated 20 January 
i70y, proved 3 November 1701 (Arch: of Totnes). 



10 April 1684; bur. there 7 July 
I730' 



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Sir John Davie of Sandford, co. Devon, =j=Julian, died 
baronet; of Exeter College, Oxford, matricu- 14 May, bur. 
lated 22 February i6ot, aged 16; M.P. for at Sandford 
Tiverton 20 December 1620; Sheriff of co. 25 May 1627. 
Devon 1629 ; created a baronet 2 September M.I. 
1641 ; bur. at Sandford 13 October 1654. 
He married 2ndly Isabel, dau. of Walter 
Hele of Gnaton, in Newton Ferrers, co. 
Devon {see above). ^ 



John Strode of Tavistock,= 
CO. Devon ; of Exeter Col- 
lege, Oxford, matriculated 
24 October 161 7, aged 17, 
B.A. from Broadgates Hall 
162 1 ; mentioned in wills 
of his father 24 September 
1636, and of his brother 
William 4 July 1644. 



Thomasine Avent,= 
dau. of Tristram 
Avent of Bickford- 
town, in Plympton, 
and Jane his wife ; 
bapt. at Plympton 
St. Mary 15 De- 
cember 1652 ; bur. 
there 6 July 1689. 
ist wife. 



.1 I I 

=Sidney Strode, born=Sarah, living Jane Strode, born John Strode, 

10 December, bapt. 7Marchi7i^. 1 1 August, bapt. at bapt. at Plymp- 

atMeavy,co. Devon, 2nd wife. Meavy 19 August ton St. M 

20 December 16 1; 1; ; rf.,--, ■ Ki,v ot -.-. A/rov/>K tA 



LL ivit:civy,co. i^evoii 
20 December 1655 , 
bur. at Plympton 
St. Mary, co. Devon, 
7 March 17 if Will 
dated 9 December 
1 7 10, proved ini7i i 
(Arch : of Totnes). 



ton St. Mary 
1657; bur. at 23Marchi66|; 
Plympton St. Mary, bur. there 9 
'- September 1658. June 1663. 



12 



Sidney Strode of Newnham,= 
in Plympton St. Mary, 
esquire ; bapt. at Plympton 
St. Mary 2 December 1684 ; 
bur. there 26 January 172^. 
M.I. Will dated 24 Sep- 
tember 1720, proved 25 
November 1721 (Arch: of 
Totnes). 



=Ann Trevanion, dau. of Sir Nicholas Trevanion 
of Mollenick, co. Cornwall, knight, by Elizabeth 
his ist wife, dau. of Peter Westlake, esquire; 
marr. at St. Germans, co. Cornwall, 28 
February i7i|-; executrix to her husband 25 
November 1721 ; died, aged 26, bur. at 
Plympton St. Mary 17 September 1723. M.I. 



William Strode, 
bapt. at Plympton 
St. Mary 15 Feb- 
ruary, bur. there 
17 February i68f. 



William Strode of Newnham, in Plympton St. Mary, co. Devon, esquire ; born 26 
December 1718, bapt. at Plympton St. Mary 16 January i7if ; of Exeter College, 
Oxford, matriculated 14 October 1736; bur. at Plympton St. Mary 27 October 
1767. Will dated 30 August 1745, a'lministration granted 19 November 1767 
(P.C.C. 430 Legard). 

127 



Henry Strode of Dittisham.^Margaret Ellacot, dau. of Dorothy, men- Barbara, mentioned in 



CO. Devon ; mentioned in 
his father's will i6 Decem- 
ber 1628 ; died 24 May 
1664, bur. at Dittisham. 
M.I. Will proved 14 
October 1664 (Arch: of 
Totnes). 



John Ellacot ; marr. at 
Ashprington, co. Devon, 
18 December 1634; bur. 
at Dittisham 1 2 June 
1684. M.I. She married 
istly Thomas Tawley of 
Marldon, co. Devon. 



tioned in her her brother's will 26 
brother's will March 1607 ; marr. 
26 March 1607. before 16 December 
1628, . . . Man. 



John Strode,=i= 
died before 
2 November 
1716. 



Alice Strode, bur. at 
Ugborough, co. Devon, 
29 August 1655. 



I 
Grace Strode, bapt. 
at Ugborough 20 
March 164!; living 
20 January 170". 



Anne Strode, bur. 
at Ugborough 9 
January 165". 



Alice, mentioned in George Strode of Butterford, in=f=Grace Full, dau. of John Full of Dittisham, 
will of her uncle North Huish, co. Devon ; died, gent; bapt. at Dittisham 3 September 
William 20 January aged 31 years and 4 months 1689; marr. there j January i7fj; bur. 
170^. 4 March, bur. at Dittisham at North Huish 11 December 1761. 

8 March 1722 



Sir John Younge of Colyton, co. Devon,=j= Margaret 

baronet: bapt. at Colyton 2 October 1603 ; (? Elizabeth). 

of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 1 7 

December 1619, B.A. 1621 ; M.A. 1625 ; of 

the Middle Temple, admitted 161 9 ; knighted 

at Ford, co. Devon, 15 September 1625 ; 

created a baronet 26 September 1661 ; M.P. 

for Plymouth in April 1642, for Honiton 

5 July 1654, and 9 April 1660, and for Devon 

1656; bur. at Colyton 26 August 1663. Will 

dated 27 April 1661, proved 17 September 

1663 (P.C.C. 116 Juxoti). A 



Edmond Speccot=i=Elizabeth. 
of ."Xnderdon, co. 
Cornwall (2nd 
son of Humphrey 
Speccot of Spec- 
cot, CO. Devon, 
esquire) ; of the 
Inner Temple, ad- 
mitted 1590 ; died 
6 May 1620. 



Charles Strode.=f=Mary Pcnruddocke, dau. of Colonel John Penruddocke of George Strode. 
wr.w .... A ., . /^,^.«..i-«.^ /^u 1. ..,!«.. — ^.^ \\':u.. u.. a.....,,i.ji .1.,,, ,.f 



Will proved 31 
October 1683. 



Com[)ton Chamberlayne, co. Wilts, by Arundell, dau. of 
John Freke of Shroton, co. Dorset, esquire; marriage 
licence (Vicar-General) dated 21 January 167I, then aged 
about 26: executrix to her husband 31 October 1683. 
She married istly William Jackman of Iwerne ("ourtney, 
CO. Dorset, geni ; and 2ndly John Stiangeways of Melbury 
Sampford, co. Dorset. 

i^See Vol. IV., page 55). 



Henry Francis 
Strode. 



Jane, born 31 May, bapt. at 
Meavy, co. Devon, 6 June 1679. 



William Strode of Butterford,= 
CO. Devon, esquire ; bapt. at 
Dittisham, co. Devon, 2 
March lyiyj named as heir 
to Newnham in will of 
William Strode 30 August 
1745; bur. at North Huish, 
CO. Devon, 23 January 
1764. Will dated 31 August 
1763, proved 20 March 1764 
(Exeter Prin. Reg.) 



=Mary Anne Cholwich, dau. of 
William Cholwich of Oldstone 
House ; bapt. at Blackawton, 
CO. Devon, 15 April 1711 ; marr. 
at Clyst St. Mary, co. Devon, 
23 March 1739; mentioned in 
her husband's will 31 August 
1763 ; buried at North Huish. 
Portrait in oils at Newnham 
Park, CO. Devon, in the possession, 
of George Sydney Strode Strode. 



Joseph Wood-= 
land, living 31 
August 1763. 



=Joan, men- 
tioned in 
will of her 
brother Wil- 
liam 31 Au- 
gust 1763. 



William Strode, 
borni3julyi737. 



William George 
Strode, born 19 
August 1742 ; 
died 17 January 
"74f- 



William George Richard Strode of Newnham=j=AdmonitionLear,dau. 



Strode, born 31 
October 1747; 
died 14 Novem- 
ber 1748. 



and of Butterford, esquire; born 
23 June 1750; died at Newn- 
ham, bur. at North Huish 
22 April 1790. Will dated 
31 October 1789 and 21 
March 1790; administration 
granted 27 February 1809 
(P.C.C. 148 Loveday). 



of Thomas Lear of 
Sandwell, co. Devon ; 
marr. at Harberton, 
CO. Devon, 2 June 
1772 ; died at Newn- 
ham Park 1 6 October, 
bur. at North Huish 
26 October 1806. 



William Strode of Newn- Rev. Richard Strode of= 
ham, esquire ; born 9 Newnham ; of Exeter Col- 
June 1777 ; of Christ lege, Oxford, matriculated 
Church, Oxford, matricu- 15 December 1796, aged 
lated 14 March 1795; 18; B.A. 1801 ; adminis- 
bur. 4 August 1802. trator to his father's will 

27 February 1809; died at 
Newnham Park 25 March 
1819, bur. at Plympton St. 
Mary, co. Devon. M.I. 



=Harriet Rogers, dau. of Sir Frederick 
Rogers, 5 th baronet. Recorder of Ply- 
mouth ; marr. 14 January 1811; died 
at Teignmouth, co. Devon, 6 April 
1847. M.l. at Plympton St. Mary. 
She married 2ndly Lieut.-General 
Sir Charles Philips of Lyndhurst, co. 
Hants. 



Harriet Strode, 
bapt. at Plympton 
St. Mary 7 Jan- 
uary 181 2 ; bur. 
there 21 Septem- 
ber 181 6. M.I. 



Jane Strode, bapt. 
at Plympton St. 
Mary 30 March 
1813 ; bur. there 
20 March 1826. 
M.I. 



Maria Admonition 
Strode, bapt. at Ply ni- 
ton St. Mary 24 
March 18 14; bur. 
there 29 June 1830. 
M.I. 



Florence Strode, 
bapt. at Plympton 
St. Mary 1 2 June 
1 8 1 8 ; bur. there 1 2 
December follow- 
ing. M.I. 



George Strode of Newnham ;= 
born 19 January 1780; of 
Exeter College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 9 December 1797, aged 
17, B.A. 1802; J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Devon, High Sheriff 
1825 ; died at Newnham Park 
2 May 1857. 



=Dorothea Bird Symons, dau. 
of William Symons of Chaddle- 
wood, CO. Devon ; marr. at 
Plympton St. Mary 12 Septem- 
ber 182 1 ; died, aged 78, at 
Greenbank, Plymouth, co. 
Devon, 24 October 1862. 



Thomas Lear Strode, bapt. at 
Plympton St. Mary 23 October 
1787; Lieutenant 43rd Foot 
I December 1804, Captain 25 
June 1807 ; died at Plympton 
St. Mary in February 1817, 
bur. there. M.I. 



i-'y 



Rev. John Arscott, Vicar of Plympton=j=Mary Anne, bapt. 
St. Maurice, co. Devon ; bapt. at at Plympton St. 
Plympton St. Maurice i April 1777; Mary, co. Devon, 
of Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 17 May 1774; 
18 March 1796, B.A. 1800; M.A. marr. at Plymp- 
1816 ; Vicar of Plympton St. Maurice ton St. Maurice 
1801 ; Rector of Rame 22 May 1804 2 July 1804 ; 
-34, and Vicar of Megavissey 16 died, aged 66, 
March 1824, both CO. Cornwall ; Mayor bur. at Plymp- 
of Plympton 1804, 1814, 1827, and i ton St. Mary 20 
1839 ; died, aged 68, 15 September, ] August 1840. 
bur. at Plympton 19 September 1845. 

A • 



Admonition, bapt. 
at Plympton St. 
Mary 27 January 
1780. She mar- 
ried, 10 April 1806, 
John Valentine 
Hewlett of Barn- 
staple, CO. Devon. 

I 



Thomas Lear 
Strode, bapt. at 
Plympton St. 
Mary 16 Octo- 
ber 1785 ; died 
2 May following. 



George Sidney Strode of Newnham,= 
CO. Devon; born 11 October 1829; 
Major South Devon Militia ; of 
Christ Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 15 June 1848; J. P. and D.L. 
for CO. Devon ; died, aged 45, 
at Newnham Park, 16 December 
1874, bur. at Plympton St. Mary. 



=Mary Hutchings Medlycott, dau. of 
Sir William Coles Medlycott, 2nd 
baronet, by Sarah Jeffery his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. Edward Bradford, 
Rector of Stalbridge, co. Dorset ; 
marr. at Milborne Port, co. Somer- 
set, 10 August 1858 ; died at Ven, 
CO. Somerset, 26 April 1894, bur. 
at Plympton St. Mary. 



Dorothea Georgiana 
Admonition Strode 
of Newnham Park ; 
born 22 July 1823 ; 
succeededherbrother 
at Newnham 16 De- 
cember 1874 ; died 
at Newnham Park 30 
November 1896. 



Admiral Arthur Lowe, younger son of the Very Rev. Thomas Hill 
Peregrine Furye Lowe [see page 117); born at Corfton 27 July, bapt. at 
Diddlebury, co. Salop, 7 August 1814 ; entered the Royal Navy 25 April 
1827 ; Lieutenant 3 September 1837 ; Commander 1841 ; Captain 1845 ; 
Rear- Admiral 1863 ; Vice- Admiral 1870 ; Admiral (retired list) 18 
June 1876; served on the coast of Syria 1837 (medal and clasp, Turkish 
medal), and at the siege of St. Jean d'Acre ; J. P. for co. Devon ; 
died at 3 Wingfield Villas, Stoke Damerel, co. Devon, 18 December, bur. 
at Burford, co. Salop, 22 December 1882. Will dated 5 May 1879 to 
3 June 1882, proved at Exeter 8 February 1883. He married istly 
Katharina, dau. of Admiral Sir John Acworth Ommaney, K.C.B. /K 



=Florence, born 12 
September 1825 ; 
marr. at Plymp- 
ton St. Mary, co. 
Devon, 9 February 
1858; died at Stoke 
1 )amerel 1 1 Jan- 
uary 1863, bur. at 
Plympton St. Mary. 
M.L 



{For issue see " Visitation of England ami IVales," 
Vol. XVI., page 154). 



130 




GEORGE STKODK. ES^- 

NEWNHAM l-AKH, Cr. DLV01 - 



Pedigree of Porter. 



Porter. 

[Vol. i6, p. 164.] 



Richard Porter of St. Stephen's- = 
by - Saltash, co. Cornwall, son 
of John Porter of St. Stephen's- 
by- Saltash, by Margaret his 
wife. 



^Margaret Parkyn, dau. of William 
Parkyn of Torr, co. Cornwall ; 
bur. at St. Stephen's-by- Saltash 
23 May 1548. 



John Porter of= 
St. Stephen's- 
by -Saltash. 



=Margaret Bake, of Bake, co. 
Cornwall; married in 1535. 



Thomas =-Thomasine, marr. at Pillaton, 
Trubodie. co. Cornwall, 2 July 1559. 



Richard Porter, bapt. 
at St. Stephen's-by- 
Saltash 20 May 1544. 



Joan Porter, bapt. 
at St. Stephen's-by- 
Saltash 20 September 
1546, bur. there 27 
July following. 



William Porter of Trematon= 
in St. Stephen's-by-Saltash, 
gent ; bapt. at St. Stephen's- 
by-Saltash 21 May 1548; 
bur. there 8 September 
1609. Will proved 11 
December 1 609. Inq. p. m. 
taken at Liskeard, co. 
Cornwall, 3 September 
16 11 (W. & L. 58, 170). 



'Mary Hichens, dau. of Henry Philip Porter, 
Hichens of Markwell in St. bapt. at St. 
Erney, co. Cornwall ; marr. at Stephen's-by- 
St. Erney 8 July 1571; bur. Saltash 20 
at St. Stephen's-by-Saltash i May 1554. 
July 1 6 16. Will dated 26 
June 1 616, proved at E.xeter 
20 September i6i6 (Exeter 
Prin. Reg.) 



Richard Lambert, marr. at St.=i=Elizabeth, bapt. at St. Stephen's- =Theobald Geare, marr. at St 



Stephen's-by-Saltash 11 Sep- 
tember 1592. ist husband. 



by-Saltash 2 April 1574 ; living 
26 June 1616. 



Stephen's-by-Saltash 9 May 
1599. 2nd husband. 



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Mary Porter, bapt. at St. 
Stephen's-by-Saltash 16 Decem- 
ber 1576; bur. there 19 August 
1580. 



Margaret Porter, bapt. at St. 
Stephen's-by-Saltash 13 Novem- 
ber 1579; bur. there 7 July 
1581. 



William Porter, bapt. at 
St. Stephen's-by-Saltash 
28 November 1584. 



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Agues Luscombe, dau. of=John Porter of Saltash, co. Cornwall,=Loer Lower, dau. of 

Henry Luscombe of Lus- gent; Mayor of Saltash 1588; fitted William Lower ; marr. 

combe, co. Cornwall ; bur. out the "John Trelawny " frigate to fight at St. Andrew's, Ply- 

at St. Stephen's-by-Saltash the Armada under Drake; bur. at St. mouth, co. Devon. 

9 October 1602. ist wife. Stephen's-by-Saltash 19 April 160S. 2nd wife. 

Administration granted 27 December 

1609. 



Richard Porter of Trematon in St. Stephen's-by-Saltash, =f=Eli2abeth Pascoe, dau. of John 



gent; bapt. at St. Stephen's-by-Saltash 16 May 1582; 
executor to his mother 20 September 1616; bur. at 
St. Stephen's-by-Saltash 10 March 163I. Will proved 
7 November 1635. 



Pascoe; marr. at St. Stephen's-by- 
Saltash 25 July 1603; bur. there 
4 March 163!. 



John Walter 
of Trematon. 



I 
=Dorothy, bapt. at 

St. Stephen's-by- 
Saltash 20 August 
1604; marr. there 
7 October 1623. 



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Roger Porter of Trematon,= 
gent ; bapt. at St. Stephen's- 
by-Saltash 13 September 
1605; of Exeter College, 
Oxford, matriculated 16 July 
1625 ; bur. at St. Stephen's- 
by-Saltash II July 1677. 
Will dated 10 February 
167^, proved 31 October 
1677 (Arch: of Cornwall). 



'Elizabeth Kekewich, dau. of 
Edward Kekewich of Trehawke, 
CO. Cornwall, by Jane his wife, 
dau. of John Coode of Morval, 
CO. Cornwall ; bapt. at Men- 
heniot, co. Cornwall, 2 February 
i6i| ; marr. there 10 October 
1629; bur. at St. Stephen's-by- 
Saltash I January 167I. Will 
(now lost) proved 2 May 1679 
(Arch : of Cornwall). 



Thomas Coode=f=Mary, bapt. at 



of Morval, co. 
Cornwall. 



St. Stephen's-by- 
Saltash 13 Feb- 
ruary 163"; marr. 
there 8 January 
i65i. 



William Porter, 
bapt. at St. Ste- 
phen's-by-Saltash 
9 October 1633 ; 
bur. there 19 April 
1634. 



Richard Porter, 
bapt. at St. Ste- 
phen's-by-Saltash 
30 August 163s; 
bur. there 10 Sep- 
tember following. 



Jane Porter, 
bapt. at St. Ste- 
phen's-by-Salt- 
ash 9 July 1640; 
bur. there 26 
October 1641. 



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132 



I 

Richard Porter, bapt. 
at St. Stephen's-by- 
Saltash, CO. Cornwall, 
I December 1556 ; bur. 
there 18 November 
1562. 



Joan Porter, bur. 
at St. Stephen's-by- 
Saltash 26 February 



Arthur Porter, bapt.^ 
at St. Stephen's -by- 
Saltash 8 April 1559; 
died before Novem- 
ber 1601. 



=Wilmot Symons; marr. 

at St. Stephen's - by - 
Saltash 26 May 1593. 
She marr. 2ndly Robert 
Beere. 



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Julian Porter, 
bapt. and bur. at 
St. Stephen's-by- 
Saltash 28 Octo- 
ber 1586. 



William Porter, bapt. 
at St. Stephen's-by- 
Saltashi6 Julyis87 ; 
bur. there 13 March 
iS9t- 



I 
Hugh Hawkyn of=Joan, bapt. at St. Stephen's- 
Sheviock, co. Corn- by-Saltash 5 July 1590 ; marr. 
wall; living 26 June there 23 November 1612; living 
1616. 26 June 1616. 



Mary Porter, 
bapt. at St. 
Stephen's - by - 
Saltash 6 De- 
cember 1606. 



William Porter of St. Stephen's-=f=Jane Trewren, dau. of Thomas Trewren of 



by-Saltash, gent ; bapt. at St. 
Stephen's-by-Saltash 25 Novem- 
ber 1608; bur. there 21 July 
1675. Will dated 12 July 1675, 
proved 23 September 1675 
(Arch : of Cornwall). 



Manaccan, co. Cornwall ; bapt. at Manaccan 
6 June 1625 ; marr. at Constantine, co. 
Cornwall, 14 February 164 J; bur. at St. 
Stephen's-by-Saltash 3 September 1688. 
Will dated 27 March 1682, proved 14 
September 1688 (Arch ; of Cornwall). 



Richard Porter, =j= 
mentioned in the 
wills of his father 
12 Julyi67S, and 
of his mother 27 
March 1682. y^ 



John Porter, bapt. at 
St. Stephen's-by-Saltash; 
mentioned in wills of his 
father i 2 July 1675, and of 
his mother 27 March 1682. 



Robert Nielder=Joan, bapt. at St. Stephen's- 
of Rame, co. by-Saltash 22 February 
i6|^; marriage licence 
(Exeter) dated 12 July 
1678; living 27 March 
1682. 



Cornwall. 



Elizabeth Porter, 
bapt. at St. Ste- 
phen's - by - Saltash 
3 January 164^ ; 
bur. there 9 January 
i64i 



Samuel Mydhop= 
of Trenant Park, 
in Looe, co. 
Cornwall. 



=Elizabeth, marr. 
at St. Stephen's- 
by - Saltash 1 2 
February i66|. 



John Harris=j=Jane, bapt. at St. 
ofManaton, Stephen's-by-Saltash 
CO. Devon. 31 January 164^; 

marr. there 1 1 July 

1678. 



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133 



Thomas Porter, bapt. at St. Stephen's- 
by-Saltash, co. Cornwall, 9 December 
1592- 



Arthur Porter, bapt. at St. Stephen's - by - Saltash 
15 March 159!; bur. at Wimborne Minster, co. 
Dorset, 8 September 16 15. 



Elizabeth Porter, bapt. at St. Stephen's- 
by-Saltash 30 January 161^; died 
young. 



John Roberts= 
of Landrake, 
CO. Cornwall. 



=Joan, bapt. at St. Stephen's-by-Saltash 
25 May 1 61 3. 



Richard Porter of St.=j=Jane Gill, dau. 



Stephen's-by-Saltash, 
gent ; bapt. at St. 
Stephen's-by - Saltash 
20 November 16 14; 
living 12 July 1675, 



of R. Gill ; marr. 
at Menheniot, 
CO. Cornwall, 19 
July 1659. 



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Rev. Erisey Porter, Rector of Butterleigh, co. Devon, 
bapt. at St. Stephen's - by - Saltash, co. Cornwall, 
5 January 161^; of Exeter College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated II December 1635, aged 19, B.A. 1639; M.A. 
164!; Fellow 30 June 1639; Rector of Butterleigh 
17 December 1644. 



William Porter of St. Stephen's-by-Saltash, gent ; born 2 February, =^Anne Grylls, dau. of 



bapt. at St. Stephen's-by-Saltash 23 February 165!; mentioned in the 
wills of his father 12 July 1675, and of his mother 27 March 1682 ; 
bur. at St. Stephen's-by-Saltash 2 February 17 if. Administration 
granted 30 April 1 7 1 6. 



Charles Grylls ; bapt. at 
Lanreath, co. Cornwall, 
27 December 1649 ; bur. 
there 4 May 1687. 



William Porter of St. Stephen's-=f=Mary Burell, dau. of Francis Burell of Burell in St. Stephen's-by- 



by- Saltash, gent; bur. at St. 
Stephen's - by - Saltash 8 Sep- 
tember 1744. 



Saltash; bapt. at St. Stephen's-by-Saltash 26 October 1693; 
bur. there, aged 68, 24 August 1761. 



Daniel 
Stephens. 



=Margaret, bapt. at St. 
Stephen's-by-Saltash 15 
April 1 7 14; marr. there 
14 September 1733. 



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Richard Porter of Saltash, =Loveday Vyvyan, marr. 
CO. Cornwall ; bapt. at St. at St. Stephen's -by- 
Stephen's-by-Saltash 18 April Saltash 3 July 1753. 
1716. 



Margaret Porter, 
bapt. at St. Ste- 
phen's-by -Saltash 
22 February 164I. 



Roger Porter, 
bapt. at St. Ste- 
phen's-by-Saltash 
26 February 
i6|§ ; of Exeter 
College, Oxford, 
matriculated 10 
December 1669, 
aged 18. 



I 
Dorothy, bapt. at St. Stephen's- 
by-Saltash 13 September 1651 ; 
living 10 February 1674 ; bur. at 
St. Stephen's-by-Saltash 28 March 
1694; marr. John Bond of Earth, 
in St. Stephen's-by-Saltash, gent ; 
bur. at St. Stephen's-by-Saltash 
22 March i?J^. Will dated 2 
February J 2 ^^, proved at Exeter 
25 September 1701. 

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Peter Porter of 
Exeter College, O.x- 
ford, matriculated 
3 April 1658; B.A. 
1660 ; admitted to 
the Inner Temple 
1658; bur. in the 
Temple Church 16 
July 1661. 



134 



Arthur Porter, bapt. at 
St. Stephen's-by-Saltash, 
CO. Cornwall, i6 August 
1618. 



Peter Porter, bapt. 
at St. Stephen's-by- 
Saltash in 1621. 



Thomas^Eli/abeth, bapt. at St. Stephen's- 
Cooke. by-Saltash 8 August 1621 ; marr, 
there 3 May 1637. 



Margaret Porter, of Babio, in St. 
Stephen's-by-Saltash ; bapt. at St. 
Stephen's-by-Saltash 7 March 165^; 
mentioned in the wills of her father 
12 July 1675, and her mother 27 
March 1682 ; Overseer of the Poor 
for St. Stephen's-by-Saltash; bur. 
there 29 June 1715. 



Elizabeth, mentioned 
in the wills of her 
father 12 July 1675, 
and her mother 27 
March 1682 ; mar- 
ried in 1676, Lionel 
Moor. 



Samuel Porter, 
bapt. at St. Ste- 
phen's-by-Salt- 
ash 1 5 February, 
bur. there 18 
February 165I. 



Mary Porter, 
bapt. at St. Ste- 
phen's-by-Salt- 
ash 15 Febru- 
ary 1 65 J; bur. 
there 1 4 March 
following. 



Erisey Porter, bapt. 
at St. Stephen's-by- 
Saltash 22 Julyi7i8; 
died in 1751. 



Grace Porter, bapt. 
at St. Stephen's-by- 
Saltash 2 October 
I 720 ; died in 1746. 



William Porter, bapt. 
at St. Stephen's-by- 
Saltash 1 1 Novem- 
ber 1724 ; died in 
1733- 



Thomasine Dewstowe,= 
dau. of Arthur Dew- 
stowe of Penquite in 
Landrake, co. Corn- 
wall; marr. at Landrake 
16 January 17^^. ist 
wife. 



Porter=j=Ph 



=Samuel 

of Trewandra in 
Landrake ; bapt. 
at St. Stephen's- 
by-Saltash 18 
January 172^; 
bur. at Lan- 
drake 10 May 
1770. 



liladelphia 
Steed, marr. 
S October 
1761 ; died, 
aged 44, in 
1I766. and 
wife. 



Mary, bapt. at 
St. Stephen's- 
by-Saltash in 
1729 ; buried 
there. 



Samuel Porter, 
bapt. 28 Feb- 
ruary 1763. 



Captain Edward= 
Collier, R.N. 



I 
'Loveday, 
bapt. 15 
February 
1766. 



Richard Porter of Wearde= 
in St. Stephen's-by-Saltash ; 
died, aged 46, 9 June 1 799, 
bur. at St. Stephen's-by- 
Saltash. M.L 



=Mary Skinner, dau. of Ezekiel Skinner 
of St. Stephen's-by-Saltash ; marr. at 
St. Stephen's-by-Saltash 14 December 
1772 ; died, aged 76, 5 December 1824, 
bur. at St. Stephen's-by-Saltash. M.I. 



Thomas =j=Mary, marr. 



Clotworthy. 



29 August 
1781. 



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William Porter, bapt. 22 April 1774 ; Lieutenant 40th (Somerset)' 
Regiment 13 January 1795, Captain 9 July 1803; died at 
Saltash 5 April 1839, bur. at St. Stephen's-by-Saltash. M.L 



=Jane Spicer, dau. of Captain 
William Spicer, R.N. ; died 
in March 1804. 



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135 



Samuel Porter, bapt. 3o=j=Mary Partridge, dau. of the Rev. 



April 1777; Ensign loth 
Foot 3 January 1798; 
retired 25 June 1803; died 
in 1845. 



B. Partridge of Lincoln; died, aged 73, 
4 September 1853, bur. in Plymouth 
Cemetery, co. Devon. 



Jane Margaret Porter, 
bapt. 15 October 1778 ; 
died 24 November 
1864. 



John Percy Moore, =j=Elizabeth. 
Surgeon. | 



Robert Lindley,=Mary Anne. 
Surgeon. 



Rear-Admiral James Robert Philips, born at Scarborough, co. York ; entered=i=Mary, bapt. 
the Navy 4 October 1785 ; Lieutenant 10 December 1795 ; present at the 21 January 
capture of St. Lucie in May 1796, and at the battle of Camperdown 11 October 1780. 
1797; while in temporary command he defended H.M.S. " Centurion " against 
an attack by a French Squadron in Vizagapatam Roads 18 September 1804, 
and was promoted Commander 15 March 1805 ; Captain 1807 ; Rear-Admiral 
(retired) 23 November 1841 ; died, aged 76, at Plymouth 15 February 1853. /jy 



I . . I 

Erisey Porter Thomas Cole, Paymaster=Loveday, of Shillingham John Porter of=j=Martha 



born in 1782 
died in 1807. 



R.N. ; died, aged 75, 29 
December 1847, bur. at 
St. Stephen's-by-Saltash, 
CO. Cornwall. M.L 



Manor, co. Cornwall : 
born in May 1 783 ; died, 
aged 72, 22 .'\ugust 1854, 
bur. at St. Stephen's-by- 
Saltash. M.L 



St. Stephen's-by 
Saltash ; bapt. 
20 April 1787 ; 
died 10 April 
1861. 



Davis. 



John Passmore Edwards,=Mary Skinner, born 10 June 1829; 
Civil Engineer. died in 1884. 



Philip Porter of Saltash, surgeon ;= 
born 24 January 1789; died 11 May 
1820, bur. at St. Stephen's-by-Saltash. 
M.L Will dated 4 April 1820, proved 
at Bodmin 10 lune 1820. 




^ 






=Eleanor Littleton, dau. of Nicholas 
Littleton of Brighter, co. Cornwall, 
by Thomazine his wife, dau. of 
Philip Blake; born 6 July 1791 ; 
marr. at St. Germans, co. Cornwall, 
29 May 1816; died 28 December 
1881, bur. at St. Stephen's-by- 
Saltash. M.L Miniature in the 

possession of her grandson, Philip 
Erisey Blackburn Porter. 



A 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XVI., page 164). 



Richard Porter, 
living in 1839. 



Elizabeth Porter, 
living in 1839. 



136 



Pedigree of Newman. 



Newman. 

[Vol. iC, [J. 175.] 



William Newman of Watford, =j=Mary, died in 1788; 
CO. Hertford, maltster. bur. at Watford. 



Grace, died,= 
aged 54, II 
May 1 78 1, 
bur. at St. 
Mary's, Is- 
lington, CO. 
Middlesex. 
M.I. ist 
wife. 



=William Newman of Streatham, co.= 
Surrey, Alderman of London ; 
Common Councillor for Farringdon 
Without 1779 ; Alderman 8 February 
1786; Sheriff 1789; Master of the 
Curriers' Company 1782 and 1789; 
died, aged 77, at Streatham 12 
September 1802, bur. at St. Mary's, 
Islington. M.I. Will dated 1 1 Sep- 
tember 1802, proved 23 September 
1802 (P.C.C. 704 Kenyon). 



=Martha Pryce, dau. 
of Stafford Pryce ; 
died, aged 69, 9 
June 1809, bur. at 
Watford. M.I. 
Will dated 5 May 
1808, proved 20 
June 1809 {P.C.C< 
i^'&TfLoveday). 2nd 
wife. 



Mary Newman, of 
Watford ; died, aged 
69, at Watford, 
3 October 1803. 
Will dated 23 Sep- 
tember 1789 to 
14 December 1791, 
proved 10 Novem- 
ber 1803 (P.C.C. 
913 Marriott). 



William New- John Newman of Snow Hill, London, and of=j=CharlotteGunnell, married 



man, livmg Hampstead, co. Middlesex, Citizen and Currier ; 

1 1 September Common Councillor for Farringdon Without ; 

1802. executor to his father 23 September 1802, and to 

his aunt Mary 10 November 1803 ; died, aged 
54, at Hampstead 10 October 1808, bur. at 
St. Mary's, Islington. M.I. 



at St. John's, Westminster, 
5 June 1779; died, aged 
72, bur. at Ash-by-Sand- 
wich, CO. Kent, 28 August 
1827. 



Charlotte New- George Hamilton=Mary Anne, born William Newman,=i=Wilhelmina Klier, 



man, born 9 
April 1780; 

died 16 March 
1783, buried 
at St. Mary's, 
Islington. 



of Dublin. i January 1782; born 2 September 

married 24 July 1783; died at 

1806 ; living in Hampstead 15 

1819. December 1827. 



A\ 



married at Lisbon, 
Portugal, 1 5 De- 
cember l8l2. 



Charlotte Newman, 
born 17 February 
1785 ; died at 
Buxton, CO. Derby, 
in January 1858. 



John Newman of the Bridge House,=Eliza Frances Middleton, dau. 
Southwark, co. Surrey ; born 20 June of the Rev. Bartholomew 
1786; executor to his uncle Samuel Middleton, Sub-Dean of Chi- 
30 June 1 8 19; died at Passy, Paris, Chester; died at the Bridge 
France, 3 January 1859. House, Southwark, 19 April 

1835- 



Henry Newman of=j=Mary Anne Watts, 



Hatton Garden, 
London ; died, 
aged 55, i6 Sep- 
tember 1813, bur. 
at St. Mary's, Isling- 
ton, CO. Middlesex. 
M.l. 



of Albrighton, co. 
Salop ; married 
there 25 September 
1797- 



Samuel Newman of Sion= 
College Gardens, London ; 
Comptroller of the Bridge 
House Estates 1797 ; ad- 
mitted to Gray's Inn 30 
January 1798 ; died 8 June 
18 19. Will dated 21 March 
18 1 9, proved 30 June 1819 
(P.C.C. 290 Ellenbro'). 



=Mary Deacon, dau. of 
Thomas Deacon of 
Wiggenhall, in Watford, 
CO. Hertford, esquire, and 
Mary his wife ; married 
22 October 1803 ; died, 
aged 39, 7 October 181 2, 
bur. at Watford. M.I. 



Mary, died, aged 25, 2 April 1774, bur. at 
St. Mary's, Islington. M.I. She married 
. . . Budgen. _ 



Martha, living 21 March 1819 ; married 14 
December 1799, William Monk of Biggleswade, 
CO. Bedford. 



Richard Chambers=Harriet, born 4 November 1788 ; 
of Ely Place, marr. at St. Sepulchre's, Holborn, 
Holborn, London. London, 4 June 1807 ; died, aged 

27, 16 March 18 16, bur. at St. 

Mary's, Islington. M.I. 



Thomas Turner= 
of Simbern Park, 
CO. Essex. 



=Grace, born 22 
June 1 790 ; marr. 
at St. Andrew's, 
Holborn, London, 
17 January 181 1 ; 
living in 1819. 



Robert Finch Newman of Artillery Place,=f=Dudley Rutland, dau. of Joshua Rutland of 



Finsbury Square, London, City Solicitor 
executor to will of his uncle Samuel 30 June 
1819 ; died, aged 47, 28 November, bur. at 
St. Nicholas', Brighton, co. Sussex, 4 De- 
cember 1839. Will dated 5 September 1839, 
proved 10 March 1840 (P.C.C. 189 Arden). 



W'rittle, CO. Essex, and Ann his wife ; marr. at 
Writtle 8 November 1822 ; died at Eltham, co. 
Kent, 19 April 1875, bur. there. Will dated 
4 July 1872 and 12 February 1875, proved 
24 May 1875 (Prin. Reg., 428, 75). 



/K 

{^For issue see '■'Visitation 0/ England and U'a/es," 
Vol. XVL, pa^e ijj). 



Samuel Newman, born 
21 Septecnber 1 793 ; 
died in infancy, bur. at 
St. Mary's, Islington. 



JohnMinter=Sarah, born 8 May 1795 ; Charlotte Gunnell Newman, 

Hope. marr. at Ash-by-Sand- born 4 November 1797; 

wich, CO. Kent, 3 May died in infancy, bur. at St. 

1833. Mary's, Islington. 



138 



Pedigree of Boothby. 



Boothby. 

[Vol. i6, p. 179.] 



I St wife. 



=Thomas Boothby of March ington,= 
CO. Stafford ; died before i r January 
158!, bur. at Marchington. Will 
dated 17 December 1583, proved 
at Lichfield 6 November 1584. 



=Joaji, living 1 7 
December 1583; 
died before 6 
November 1584. 
2nd wife. 



Richard Boothby of=i=Margaret, men- Robert Boothby of=f"Elizabeth Flyer, dau. of 



Marchington ; executor 
to his father 6 November 
1584; mentioned in wills 
of his brothers Robert 
23 August 1588, and 
William 13 July 1597 ; 
bur. at Marchington 6 
May 1617. 



tioned in will of 
Thomas Boothby 
17 December 
1583; living 15 

July 1595- 



Uttoxeter, co. Stafford ; 
executor to his father 
6 November 1584; died 
before 13 September 
1588, bur. in Uttoxeter 
Church. Will dated 23 
August 1588, proved at 
Lichfield 16 April 1589. 



A 



Richard Flyer of Hints, 
CO. Stafford, gent ; execu- 
trix to her husband 16 
April 1589. Will dated 
15 July 1595, proved 10 
March 159I (P.C.C. 22 
Drake). 



A 



William Boothby of=f=Judith Austin, dau. of Thomas Austin John Gilbert=i=E!izabeth, marr. 



St. Laurence', Old 
Jewry, London, Citi- 
zen and Haber- 
dasher ; born at 
Marchington; men- 
tioned in will of his 
brother Robert 23 
August 1588 ; execu- 
tor to his sister-in-law 
10 March 159! ; bur. 
at St. Laurence', Old 
Jewry, 14 July 1597- 
Will dated 13 July 
1597, proved 23 Au- 
gust 1597 (P.C.C. 
73 Cobhani). 



of Oxley, CO. Stafford, by Eleanor his 
2nd wife, dau. of Edward Sebright of 
Blakishall, Wolverley, co. Worcester ; 
born at Bushbury, co. Stafford ; 
executrix to her son 23 January 
i62j; bur. at Blore, co. .Stafford, 
28 August 1640. Will dated 18 
May 1640, proved 30 November 
1640 (P.C.C. 139 Coventry). Inq. 
p. m. taken at Derby 20 October 
1642 (C. Vol. 710, No. 6). 
She married 2ndly William Basset 
of Blore, and 3rdly Sir Richard 
Corbett of Moreton Corbett, co. 
Salop, K.B. 



of Fradley, in 
Alrewas, co. 
Stafford, yeo- 
man; aged S3 
in 1591; 

(?) died in 
1600. 



before 1 7 Decem- 
ber 1583 ; men- 
tioned in wills 
of her brothers 
Robert 23 August 
1588, William 13 
July 1597. and 
Thomas 3 1 Au- 
gust 1623 ; died 
before 31 August 
1623. 



A 



Judith Boothby, 
bapt. at St. Lau- 
rence', Old Jewry, 
22 February 158&; 
died young. 



William Boothby of Kirk Langley, co. Derby, gent ; bapt. at St. Laurence', 
Old Jewry, 18 March 158I; mentioned in his father's will 13 July 1597 ; 
died 14 August 1623, bur. at Boddington, co. Northampton. Will dated 
4 August 1622, proved 23 January 162^ (P.C.C. 3 Byrde). Inq. p. m. 
taken at the Quest-house, St. Clement Danes', London, 9 February 162J 
(C. Vol. 397, No. S3). 



139 



Elizabeth \Vright,= 
marr. at Stoke 
Newington, co. 
Middlesex, 7 June 
1585 ; bur. at St. 
Antholin's, Lon- 
don, 20 Septem- 
ber 1592. ist 
wife. 



=Thomas Boothby of St. Antholin's, = 
London, Citizen and Merchant Taylor, 
and of Friday Hill, Chingford, co. Essex ; 
mentioned in will of his father 17 
December 1583, and of his brother Robert 
23 August 1588; executor to Elizabeth 
Boothby 10 March 159I, and to his brother 
William 23 August 1597 ; died at Friday 
Hill 16 October, bur. at St. Antholin's, 
London, 18 October 1625. Will dated 
31 August and 23 December 1623, proved 
28 October 1625 (P.C.C. 114 Clarke^ 
Inq. p. m. taken at the Guildhall, London, 
4 April 1626 (C. Vol. 430, No. i8g). 



{For issue see page 147.) 



=Anne Wood, dau. of William 
Wood of London, merchant ; 
marr. at St. Antholin's, London, 
2 April 1594; mentioned in 
will of William Boothby 13 July 
1597; bur. at St. Antholin's, 
London, 16 January 1 62f. She 
married istly Roger Grafton of 
St. Laurence', Old Jewry, Lon- 
don, Citizen and Haberdasher. 
2nd wife. 



A 
{Fo>- issue see page 149.) 



Thomas Boothby of Tooley Park by PeckIeton,=j=Magdalen Street, dau. of Edward Street, 



CO. Leicester ; bapt. at St. Laurence', Old Jewry, 
London, 15 October 1589 ; mentioned in wills of 
his father 13 July 1597, and of his mother 18 May 
1640; executor to his father 11 June 1627; 
bur. at Peckleton. Administration granted 25 
October 1652 (P.C.C.) 



of Kidlington, co. Oxford ; administratrix 
to her husband 25 October 1652. Will dated 
29 August 1656, proved 12 December 1656 
(P.C.C. 454 Berkley). 



Magdalen Colcough, dau. of Adani; 
Colcough of Delfe House, co. 
Stafford, by Catherine his 2nd 
wife, dau. of Edward Street of 
Kidlington, co. Oxford ; mentioned 
in her aunt's will 29 August 1656 ; 
died before 1677. ist wife. 



=Thonias Boothby of Tooley Park,= 
esquire ; bapt. at Breedon-on-the-Hill, 
CO. Leicester, 19 September 1641; exe- 
cutor to his mother 12 December 1656; 
High Sheriff of co. Leicester 1667; 
died II August, bur. at Peckleton 13 
August 1696. Will proved at Leicester 
15 September 1696. 



=Elizabeth Mary 
Faunt, dau. of 
William Faunt of 
Foston, CO. Lei- 
cester, esquire. 
2nd wife. 



Thomas Boothby, bapt. 
at Peckleton 17 August 
167 1 ; bur. there 21 
October 1677. 



Sir William Halford of Wistow, co. Leicester,= Judith, 
baronet ; succeeded his brother as 4th baronet 
in 1690. Will dated 18 May 1695. 



140 



Henry Boothby, 
died before 1 7 
December 1583. 



Richard Bolton, men- 



tioned in will 
Thomas Boothby 
December 1583. 



= Alice, marr. before 17 December 1583 ; mentioned 
in wills of her brothers Robert 23 August 1588, 
and William 13 July 1597; died before 31 August 
1623. 



A 



Sir Andrew Corbett of Moreton Corbet, co. Salop, = 
knight; bapt. there 28 August 1580; of Queen's 
College, Oxford, matriculated 20 June i6oo ; 
admitted to Lincoln's Inn 21 November 1602; 
knighted at Utkington, co. Chester, 25 August 
1617; M. P. for Shropshire January 162-J, 5 May 
1625, and 8 March 162I ; died 6 May, bur. at 
Moreton Corbet 7 May 1637. Administration 
granted 7 July 1637 (P.C.C.) Inq^ p. m. taken at 
Shrewsbury 19 September 1637 (C. 554, 66). 



=Elizabeth, bapt. at St. Laurence', Old 
Jewry, London, 13 December 1590; men- 
tioned in the wills of her father 13 July 
1597, her brother William 4 August 1622, 
and her mother 18 May 1640; administra- 
trix to her husband 7 July 1637 ; died 19 
March, bur. at Moreton Corbet 21 March 
165I. Will dated 18 March 165 J, proved 
20 May 1658 (P.C.C. 324 Wootton.) 



A 



Elizabeth Skrymsher, dau.^ 
and coheir of Sir Charles 
Skrymsher of Norbury, co. 
Stafford, knight, by Hester 
his ist wife, dau. and heir 
of George Taylor of Dar- 
went Hall, co. Derby ; 
bapt. at Norbury in July 
1677 ; marr. there in July 
1697 ; died, aged 28, bur. 
at Peckleton, co. Leicester, 
23 September 1704. ist 
wife. 



^Thomas Boothby of= 
Tooley Park, esquire ; 
bapt. at Peckleton 
3 March i68f ; died, 
aged 71, 2 August, 
bur. at Peckleton 7 
August 1752. M.L 
Will dated 21 October 
1738 and 12 June 
1747, proved 13 No- 
vember 1752 (268 
Bettesworth). 



=Hester Skrymsher, dau. of= 
Gerard Skrymsher of Woods 
Eaves, in High Offley, co. 
Stafford, M.D., by Catherine 
his wife ; died, aged 25, i 
May 1712, bur. at Peckleton. 
M.L 2nd wife. 



=Sarah. Will 
proved at 
Leicester 15 
May 1776. 
3rd wife. 



Thomas Boothby Skrymsher= 
of Tooley and of Norbury, 
esquire ; took additional 
name of Skrymsher in 
1726; died 6 June, bur. 
at Norbury 13 June 1751. 
Will dated 5 July 1740, 
and 24 May 1744, proved 
2 July 1751 (P.C.C. 222 
Busby). 



=Anne Clopton, dau. of Sir 
Hugh Clopton of New 
Place, Stratford-on-Avon, 
CO. Warwick, knight ; marr. 
17 January 172^, marriage 
settlements dated 12 Jan- 
uary ; executrix to her 
husband 2 July 1751 ; 
died 24 June 1776. Will 
dated 24 December 1775, 
proved 9 July 1776 (P.C.C. 
330 Bellas). 



James Davenant,=j=Elizabeth 

living 5 July 

1740. 



marr. 
before 5 July 
1740 ; died, aged 
70, 29 April 
1772, bur. at 
Peckleton. Will 
dated 2 1 Jan- 
uary 1767, proved 
26 June 1772 
(P.CC. 2.3 
Taverner). 



A 



Thomas Boothby, 
died in infancy. 



Thomas Boothby, 
died in infancy. 



Charles Boothby, 
died in infancy. 



George Boothby, 
died in infancy. 



141 



Ellen, marr. before 17 December 1583; 
mentioned in wills of her brothers Robert 
23 August 1588, and William 13 July 
1597. She married . . . Hurt. 



(?)James=j=Margery, marr. before 17 December 



Porter. 



1583 ; mentioned in wills of her brothers 
Robert 23 .•\ugust 1588, and William 
13 Ju'y 1597; died before 31 August 
1623. 



A 



Robert Boothby of Broadlow Ashe, co. Derby, esquire ; bapt. at St. Laurence', Old Jewry, 
London, 13 November 1797; mentioned in will of his brother William 4 August 1622; 
executor to his mother 30 November 1640. Will dated 6 December 1641, proved at Oxford 
3 May 1644 (P.C.C. 127 Bowycr). 



William Boothby, mentioned 
in his father's will 2 1 Octo- 
ber 1738; died, aged 35, 
bur. at Foston 23 December 
1751. M.L 



John Boothby, mentioned 
in his father's will 21 
October 1738 ; died, aged 
27, bur. at Foston 10 June 
1748. M.L 



John Beaumont=Hester, mentioned 
Brierly of Bel- in her father's will 
grave, co. Lei- 21 October 1738; 
cester. marr. at Belgrave 

21 October 1754. 



Charles Skrymsher Boothby of=Anne Boswell, dau. of Wingfield Boswell 



Groby, and of Foston Manor, 
both CO. Leicester; mentioned 
in his father's will 21 October 
1738; bur. at Foston 12 I^ecem- 
ber 1774. M.L Willprovedat 
Leicester 17 December 1774. 



of Normanton, co. Leicester ; marr. at 
Peckleton, co. Leicester, 18 April 1753; 
died, aged 65, 16 November 1785, bur. at 
Foston. Will dated 30 August and 23 
October 1784, proved 17 March 1786 
(P.C.C. 139 Norfolk). 



Gerard Boothby, 
mentioned in his 
father's will 2 1 
October 1738; 
living 5 July 
1740. 



I 
Charles Boothby Clopton of 
Foston, esquire ; executor to 
his mother 9 July 1776 ; took 
the additional name of Clopton 
by Royal Licence dated 22 
December 1792 ; died at Clarges 
Street, London, 27 July 1800. 
Will dated 21 July 1797, and 
28 November 1799, proved 25 
August 1800 (P.C.C. 587 
Adilfrley). 



Hugo Meynell of Quorndon Hall, co.- 
Leicester; High Sherifl'of co. Derby 1758 ; 
M.P. for Lichfield 30 March 1761, for 
Lymington 23 February 1769, and for 
Stafford 8 October 17 74 ; died 14 December 
1808. Will dated 14 August 1805, and 
28 June 1806, proved 19 December 1808 
(P.C.C. 977 Ely). He married istlyAnne, 
dau. of John Gell of Hopton, co. Derby. 



=Anne, mentioned 
in her father's will 
5 July 1740 and 
her aunt Anne's 
30 August 1784; 
living 21 June 
1806. 



A 



Very Rev. Rowney Noel, li.D., Dean of Salisbury; of= 
St. John's College, Oxford, matriculated 1 1 November 
1743, aged 17 ; Fellow of All Soul's; B.A. 1747 ; M.A. 
1751; B.D. 1759; Rector of Elmsthorpe and Kirkby 
Mallory, co. I-eicester, 1763; Dean of Salisbury 19 
April 1780 ; executor to Anne Boothby 17 March 1786 ; 
died, aged 49, at the Deanery, Salisbury, 26 June 
1786, bur. in Salisbury Cathedral. M.L Will dated 18 
March 1785, proved 4 July 1786 (P.C.C. 397 lYorfo/k). 



=Maria, born before 5 
July 1740 ; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 21 
July 1768 ; executrix 
to her husband 4 July 
1786 and her brother 
25 August 1800. 



I 
Gertrude, men- 
tioned in her 
aunt Anne's will 
30 August 1 784; 
living 21 July 
•797- 



A 



142 



Sir Henry Boothby of Clater Cote, co. Oxford, baronet ;= 
bapt. at St. Laurence', Old Jewry, Loiuion, 24 June 1594 ; 
mentioned in wills of his father 13 July 1597, his brother 
William 4 August 1622, and his mother i8 May 1640 ; 
created a baronet 5 November 1644 ; administrator to 
his brother Richard 21 July 1648; died 3 September 
1648 ; bur. at Boddington, co. Northants. M.I. Will 
dated 2 September 1648, proved 6 January 164! (P.C.C. 
20 Fairfax). 



=Mary Hayes, dau. of Sir 
Thomas Hayes, Citizen and 
Draper, Lord Mayor of Lon- 
don, by Mary his wife, dau. 
of Humphrey Milward ; bapt. 
at St. Mary Aldermanbury, 
London, 5 May 1613 ; living 
6 January i64f. 



Frances Milward, dau. = 
of Colonel John Mil- 
ward of Snitterton, 
in North Darley, co. 
Derby; bapt. at Dar- 
ley 9 February 163! ; 
marriage settlements 
dated 13 .August 
1653; bur. at Darley 
II September 1654. 
ist wife. 



=Sir William Boothby of Ash-= 
bourne Hall, co. Derby, baronet ; 
succeeded his father as 2nd 
baronet 3 September 1648, and 
was, 3 July 1660, re-created a 
baronet ; Sheriff of co. Derby 
1661 ; died, aged 68, 24 March, 
bur. at Ashbourne 27 March 
1707. M.L Will dated 27 Octo- 
ber 1706, proved 14 May 1707 
(P.C.C. 131 Foley). 



=Hon'''' Hill Brooke, dau. and coheir 
of Sir William Brooke, K.B. (nephew 
and heir of Henry, Lord Cobham), 
by Penelope his 2nd wife, dau. of 
Sir Moyses Hill, Marshal of Ulster ; 
marr. at Chiswick, co. Middlesex, 
6 April 1657 ; granted precedence 
as a Baron's daughter 19 May 1665 ; 
died at Offcote, co. Derby, aged 64, 
14 May, bur. in Ashbourne Church 
17 May 1705. Vi.\. 2nd wife. 



Francis Boothby of Broadlow= 
Ash, CO. Derby, esquire ; bapt. at 
Darley 12 September 1654; died, 
aged 30, bur. at Ashbourne 30 
March 1684. Will dated 23 March 
i68|, proved 23 June 1684 (P.C.C. 
68 Hare). 



=Anne Child, dau. and coheir of 
George Child of Dogsthorpe, co. 
Northants ; marr. at the Temple 
Church, London, 25 April 1678; 
marriage licence (Faculty) same 
day, then aged 20 ; executrix to 
her husband 23 June 1684. 



William Boothby, 
bapt. at Thorpe, 
CO. Derby, 5 i\iay 
1662 ; died 6 
August following, 
bur. at Ashbourne. 
M.L 



Sir Henry Boothby of Ashbourne, baronet ; 
of Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 
19 November 1697, aged 15; of the 
Inner Temple, admitted 1700; succeeded 
his grandfather as 3rd baronet 24 March 
170^; Captain in Wynne's Foot 25 March 
1705 ; died in London, bur. at Ashbourne 
25 November 17 10. Will dated 16 July 
1708, proved 10 November 1710 (P.C.C. 
240 Smith). 



Matthew Vernon of St.= 
Martin's, Ludgate, Lon- 
don; administrator to 
his wife 6 August 17 13. 
Will dated 8 October 
1 741, proved 31 May 
1742 (P.C.C. 139 
Trenley). 



=Anne, bapt. at Thorpe 
7 February i68|; mar- 
ried at St. Mary-at-Hill, 
London, 30 December 
1710; executrix to her 
brother 10 November 
1 7 1 o ; bur. at Ashbourne 
20 December 17 12. 
Administration granted 
6 August 1 7 13 (P.C.C.) 



143 



Richard Boothby of Potters Marston, co.= 
Leicester ; bapt. at St. Laurence', Old Jewry, 
London, 20 June 1596; mentioned in wills 
of his father 13 July 1597, and his brother 
William 4 August 1622; died 15 August 
1639, bur. at Potters Marston. M.L 
Administration granted 21 July 1648 (P. C.C.) 
Inq. p. m. taken at Leicester 6 October 
1640 (C. I'o/. 600, No. 121). 



=El&nor Curzon, dau. of John Curzon of 
Kedleston, co. Derby, esquire, by MilHcent his 
wife, dau. of Sir Ralph Sacheverell of Stanton, 
CO. Derby, knight; born 28 June 1597; marr. 
14 August 1630, marriage settlements dated 13 
August; bur. at Potters Marston. M.L 
Administration granted 7 July 1646 to Sir John 
Curzon, knight and baronet, brother (P. C.C.) 

^ {See Vol. v., page gj.) 



Thomas Fox of the Moat House, Tamworth, co. \Varwick,^Judith, died,=Charnel Mede 



esquire ; born 4 March, bapt. at St. Martin's, Birmingham, 
8 March i62f ; admitted to the Inner Temple 1648; called 
to the Bar 1656; marr. at Tamworth 28 September 1654; 
M.P. for Tamworth 4 January 165^, and 5 April 1660. 
Will dated i June 1665, proved 15 February i66a^ (P. C.C. 
18 Jfene). He married istly Mary, dau. of Richard Mason of 
Newton, co. Salop, ist husband. 

(.SVf Vo/. v., page ijS.) 

H 



aged 50, bur. at 
Narborough, 
CO. Leicester, 
10 July 1691. 



of Narborough; 
living 10 July 
1691. 2nd 
husband. 



James Boothby, bur.=f=Merial Vernon, dau. Sir William Boothby of=f=Frances Williams, dau. 



Ashbourne 
Church, CO. Derby, 
4 February 1 68 j. Ad- 
ministration granted 
at Lichfield in i68i. 



of George Vernon of Nottingham, baronet, 
Sudbury, co. Derby ; bapt. at Tamworth i 
marriage settlements January i66f; suc- 
dated 20 April 1682. ceeded his nephew as 
4th baronet in Novem- 
ber I 710 ; died in 1731. 



of Sir Trevor Williams 
of Langibby, co. Mon- 
mouth, baronet, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of Thomas Morgan. 



Margaret Boothby, 
died in infancy. 



Cobham Boothby, bapt. at 
.Ashbourne 16 March i68| ; 
bur. there 2 June 1689. 



I 
Robert Boothby, bapt. at 
Ashbourne 6 July 1695; bur. 
there 24 July following. 



William Thorpe of Nottingham, = 
solicitor ; bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Nottingham, 13 July 1683; 
admitted a solicitor in 1730 ; bur. 
at St. Mary's, Nottingham, 29 
December 1746. Will dated 22 
December 1746, proved at York 
28 March 1747. He married 
istly Margaret Malyn, and 2ndly 
Elizabeth. 



=r=Frances, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, 
Nottingham, 
22 November 
1696; marriage 
licence dated 
I September 
1715; living 
22 December 
1746. 3rd wife. 



Gore Boothby,: 
bapt. at Ash- 
bourne 24 July 
1698 ; died, 
aged 2,2, bur. 
at Ashbourne 
19 August 
1730. Will 
dated 27 April 
1729. 



^Elizabeth Bury, dau. of 
John Bury of Nottingham, 
esquire, by Frances his wife, 
dau. of Samuel Hallowes of 
Glapwel House, in Bolsover, 
CO. Derby; aged 15 in 17 14; 
marr. at Bilborough, co. 
Nottingham, 11 June 1720. 
She married 2ndly Joseph 
Smith of Nottingham. 

(See Vol. VIII., page igj.) 



General Sir William Boothby of Mansfield Woodhouse, co. Nottingham, baronet ; bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Nottingham, 4 May 1721 ; Ensign in Kirke's Regiment (2nd Foot) 7 February 173I, 
Captain 1741 ; Colonel 1760; Major-General 1762; Lieut. -General 1772 ; General 19 February 
1783; Colonel 63rd Foot 12 October 1760, 50th Foot 5 September 1764; and of 6th Foot 
18 November 1773; succeeded his grandfather as sth baronet in 1731 ; died at Bath, co. 
Somerset, 15 April, bur. in Bath Abbey 23 April 1787. M.I. Will dated 24 February 1787, 
proved 7 May 1787 (P.C.C. 196 Major). 

144 



Charles Boothby, bapt. at 
Thorpe, co. Derby, 5 Sep- 
tember 1665 ; Ensign in 
Sir Edward Hales' Regi- 
ment of Foot 24 June 
1685 ; bur. at Ashbourne, 
CO. Derby, 5 July 1686. 



Margaret Boothby, 
died, aged i year 
and 4 months, g 
July 1668, bur. at 
Ashbourne. M.I. 



Mary Boothby. 



Penelope, mar- 
ried J. Orde. 



Henry Boothby, bapt. 
at Thorpe 9 Novem- 
ber 1669 ; bur. at 
Ashbourne 20 May 
1701. 



Anne Cavendish, dau. of==Brooke Boothby of Ashbourne=j=Elizabeth Fitzherbert, dau. of John 



Henry Cavendish of 
Doveridge, co. Derby ; 
bur. at Ashbourne 4 July 
1701. M.I. istwife. 



William Boothby, 
bur. at Ashbourne 
24 September 
1708. 



Hall, esquire ; bapt. at Thorpe 
8 January 167^; bur. at Ash- 
bourne 10 October 1727. Will 
dated 11 September 1727, proved 
at Lichfield 21 February iT2~. 



Fitzherbert of Somersall Herbert, 
CO. Derby ; marriage settlements 
dated 23 August 1707 ; bur. at 
Ashbourne 6 June 1736. 2nd 
wife. 



AnneByard,born^ 
29 January i72y; 
marr. 13 October 
1737; died 4 
October, bur. at 
Ashbourne 5 Oc- 
tober 1739. ist 
wife. 



=Sir Brooke Boothby of= 
Ashbourne Hall, baronet ; 
born and bapt. at Ash- 
bourne 8 November 1710 ; 
succeeded his cousin as 
6th baronet 15 April 1787 ; 
died 9 May, bur. at Ash- 
bourne 16 May 1788. 
M.I. Administration 
granted at Lichfield in 
1795- 



=Phoebe Hollins, dau. and 
heir of William Hollins of 
Moseley, co. Stafford, 
esquire, by Phoebe (Mellor) 
his wife ; born 4 October 
17 16; died at Lichfield, 
CO. Stafford, 5 May, bur. at 
Ashbourne 11 May 1788. 
2nd wife. 



Joseph Greaves of Aston-=f=Anne, born i October 
on-Trent, co. Derby. | 1739; died in 1820. 

A 



M5 



Hill Boothby, bapt. at Ashbourne, co. Derby, 24 November 
1708; died 16 January 1757; bur. at Ashbourne. M.I. 
Administration granted at Lichfield in 1757. 



Elizabeth Boothby, bapt. at 
Ashbourne 15 December 1713; 
bur. there 20 February 17 if. 



Sir Brooke Boothby of Ashbourne= 
Hall, baronet ; bom 3 June, 
bapt. at Ashbourne 4 June 1744; 
succeeded his father as 7th 
baronet 9 April 1789; died at 
Boulogne in France 23 January, 
bur. at Ashbourne 13 February 
1824. 



iSusanna Bristowe, dau. of Robert Bristowe of Mitcheldever, 
CO. Hants, by Susanna his wife, dau. and heir of John 
Philipson, a Lord of the Treasury ; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 15 July 1784; died, aged 70, 
bur. in St. James', Dover, co. Kent, 12 December 1822. 
Will dated 28 February 1815 to 21 June 1820, proved 
5 June 1823 (P.C.C. 337 Richards). 



Penelope Boothby, born 11 April 1785; died 13 March, 
bur. in Ashbourne Church 20 March 1791. {MonitmeriUd 
effigy by Thomas Banks, R.A. Portrait by Sir Joshua 
Reynolds, P. R.A.) 



Major Sir William Boothby of Ashbourne Hall,= 
baronet ; born at Ashbourne 4 March, bapt. there 
16 March 174^ ; Ensign 51st Foot 20 April 1763 ; 
Lieutenant 1769; Captain 1778; Major 26 Octo- 
ber 1786; succeeded his brother as 8th baronet 
23 January 1824 ; died at Edwinstowe, co. 
Nottingham, 17 March, bur. at Ashbourne 24 
March 1824. Will proved 9 May 1825. 



=Rafela del Gado, dau. of 
Don Miguel de Gado of 
Mahon, in the Island 
of Minorca ; married in 
Minorca 14 May 1781 ; 
died, aged 72, at Edwin- 
stowe, bur. at Ashbourne 
20 March 1829. 



Maria Elizabeth 
Boothby, born 16 
February 1758 ; 
bur. at Ash- 
bourne 2 1 August 
1805. 



A 

(^For issue see '■^Visitation of England and Hales," 
Vol. XVI., page ijg). 



146 



Elizabeth Wright. 
I St wife. 



=Thomas Boothby of St.=T=Anne Wood, dau. of William 
Antholin's, London {see \ Wood of London. 2nd wife. 
page 140). ^ 

For issue see page I4g.) 



Matthew Bedell of St. Gregory-by-St. Paul's, London,= 
Citizen and iVIerchant Taylor ; elected Alderman of 
Bishopsgate 10 August 1622, and discharged 19 
September following. Will dated 27 July and 
6 August 1636, proved 18 August 1636 (P.C.C. 
95 File). He married istly Margaret, dau. of 
Simon Lawrence of London, merchant. 



=Anne, bapt. at St. 
Antholin's, London, 
6 May 1 5 86; marriage 
licence (Bishop of 
London) dated 9 July 
1608; died before 
31 August 1623. 



Elizabeth Boothby, 
bapt. at St. Antho- 
lin's, London, 23 
April 1587. 



/K 



Humphrey Style of Westcrham, co.= 
Kent ; bapt. at St. Mary Woolnoth, 
London, i November 1581 ; living 
31 August 1623. Administration 
granted 3 April 1627 (P.C.C.) He 
married istly Sarah, dau. of Randall 
Manning of St. Swithin's, London. 



=Elizabeth, bapt. at St. Antholin'.s, 
London, 25 September 1588 ; living 
22 January 163I ; administratrix to 
her husband 3 April 1627 ; bur. at St. 
Antholin's 13 November 1644. Will 
dated 24 Sepf 1644, proved 19 Nov'' 
1644 (Comy of London, 29, 376). 



Thomas Boothby, 
bapt. at St. An- 
tholin's, London, 
9 November 1589 ; 
aged 30 and more 
16 October 1625. 



A 



Robert Boothby of Weston, in Albury, co. Surrey,=f=Mary Hyer, dau. and heir of George 



and of Friday Hill, Chingford, co. Essex ; bapt. at 
St. Antholin's, London, 12 December 1591 ; died at 
Weston 22 December 1641. Will dated 3 December 
1641, proved 6 January 164^ (P.C.C. 7 Cambell). 
Inq. p. m. taken at Stratford 23 March 164^ 
(C. Vol. 617, No. 35). 



Hyer of Shere, co. Surrey, Citizen 
and Fishmonger of London, and 
Joan his wife ; marriage licence 
(Bishop of London) dated 18 August 
1 62 1, marriage settlements dated 
2 1 August following. 



Sir Thomas Boothby of Friday Hill, Chingford, = 
baronet ; aged 18 years and 20 days, 23 March 164-! ; 
created a baronet 9 November i66o; died, aged 
39, bur. at St. Antholin's, London, 20 August 1661. 
Will dated 4 June and 9 August 1661, proved 27 
August 1 66 1 (P.C.C. 123 May). 



'Elizabeth Style, dau. of Humphrey Style 
and Elizabeth Boothby his wife ; bur. 
at Chingford. Will dated 23 and 24 
February 167I, proved 6 May 1675 
(P.C.C. 42 Dycer). 



Sir Thomas Boothby of Friday Hill, Chingford, baronet ; bapt. 
at Westerham ri July 1645 ; succeeded his father as 2nd baronet 
in August 1661 ; died, aged 23, i December 1669, bur. in 
Chingford Church. M.L 



Humphrey Boothby, bapt. 
at Westerham 8 November 
1646 ; bur. there 10 May 
1648. 



Hugh Wood of St. Catherine=j=Elizabeth, bapt. at Wester- 



Cree, London, and of Rich 
mond, CO. Surrey ; bur. at 
Richmond 29 September 
1674. Will dated 18 and 23 
September 1674, proved 2 
October 1674 (P.C.C. 119 
Bunce). ^ 



ham II December 1647; 
married at St. Olave's, 
Hart Street, London, 21 
November 1667 ; bur. at 
Richmond 2 1 November 
1673- 

147 



Robert Boothby, 
bur. at St. An- 
tholin's, London, 
28 July 1659. 



Mary Boothby, 
bur. at St. Antho- 
lin's, London, 8 
October 1656. 



I 

George Boothby of Brockenhurst, co. Hants, gent ; 
mentioned in will of his grandiather, George Hyer, lo 
May 1633 ; of full age 8 January 164I, when he proved 
his father's will ; executor to his brother Robert 24 
September 1655. Will dated 7 May 1657, proved 
15 April 1659 (P.C.C. 197 Pell). 



I 
Robert Boothby of Chingford, co. 
Essex, gent ; mentioned in will of 
his grandfather, George Hyer, 10 
May 1633. Will dated 3 September 
1653, proved 24 September 1655 
(P.C.C. 317 Aylett). 



William Boothby of Weston, in Albury, co.= 
Surrey, gent ; executor to his brother 
Robert 24 September 1655, and to his 
brother George 15 April 1659, and to 
Richard Stone i November 1656. Adminis- 
tration granted 6 December 1678 (P.C.C.) 



=Anne Aubrey, dau. of Herbert Aubrey, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Matthew Bedell and 
Anne Boothby ; marr. at St. Pancras', .Soper Lane, 
London, 19 May 1657; administratrix to her 
husband 6 December 1678. Administration 
granted 10 December 1679 (P.C.C.) 



Robert Boothby of Friday Hill,= 
Chingford, and of Chigwell, co. 
Essex ; aged 28, 2 1 September 
1689 ; administrator to his sister 
12 May 1730; died, aged 72, 
I December 1733, bur. at Ching- 
ford. M.L Will dated 2 August 
1733, pro ved2o Decern beri733 
(P.C.C. 306 'Price). 



=Sarah Jackson, dau. 
of Sanmel Jackson 
of Bricher, co. 
Lincoln ; marriage 
licence (Faculty 
Office) dated 21 
September 1689. 



Elizabeth Boothby, 
of Chingford. 
Administration was 
granted 1 2 May 
1730 (P.C.C.) 



William Boothby, 
administrator to 
his mother 10 
December 1679. 



Thomas Boothby of= 
Friday Hill, Ching- 
ford ; executor to his 
father 20 December 
1733: died, aged 39, 
28 May 1735, bur. at 
Chingford. M.L Ad- 
ministration granted 6 
June 1735 (P.C.C.) 



=Frances Worthington, dau. of James Worthington of Hackney, 
CO. Middlesex; bapt. at Hackney 10 May 171 1; marr. there 
25 November 1731 ; administratrix to her husband 6 June 
1735 ; died, aged 92, 9 January 1804. M.L at Chingford. 
Will dated 19 August 1799, proved 3 February 1804 (P.C.C. 
118 Heseltine). She married 2ndly Benjamin Moyer of Low 
Leyton, co. Essex, eldest son of Lawrence Moyer and ISLartha 
Boothby (see page 1^0). 



Sarah. 



Robert Boothby of Friday Hill, Ching- 
ford ; Sub- Lieutenant Horse-Grenadier 
Guards 14 June 1765 ; Captain 25 
June 1768; died, aged 41, 11 October 
1774, bur. in Chingford Church. 
M.L Will dated 30 August 1774, 
proved 13 October 1774 (P.C.C. 360 
Bargrave). 



John Charnock, of the^ 
Inner Temple, London ; 
died, aged 88, 16 July, 
bur. in St. James', Bath, co. 
Somerset, 22 July 1809. 
\Vill dated 21 February 
1 809, proved 9 August 1 809 
(P.C.C. 614 Loveday). ^, 



=Frances, marriage licence 
(Bishop of London) dated 
9 January 1756; died, 
aged 73, 3 December 1808, 
bur. at St. James', Bath. 
M.L at Chingford. 



148 



Henry Boothby of 
Weston, in Albury, 
CO. Surrey ; executor 
to his brother George 
IS April 1659. 



Richard Stone of Great Warley,=j=Anne, mentioned in will of her 



CO. Es.sex. Will dated 3 July 1656, 
proved i November 1656 (P.C.C. 
420 Berkley). 



A 



brother George 7 May 1657 ; 
marr. after 3 December 1641, 
and before 3 September 1653. 



Elizabeth Wright. 
1st wife. 



=Thomas Boothby of St. Antholin's,=pAnne Wood, dau. of 



London {see page 140). 



A 

(For issue see page 147). 



William 
London. 



Wood of 
2nd wife. 



Simon Edmonds, Citizen and Haber-=j=Mary, bapt. at 

dasher, Alderman of London ; Treasurer St. Antholin's, 

of the Levant Company 1636-39; London, 8 May 

Commissioner of Excise 1643-50; 1595; died 8 

Master of the Halierdashers' Company July 1638, bur. 

1644; Alderman of Dowgate 3 Septem- at St. Mary 

bar 1644, and of Candlewick 7 February Alderman bury, 

i6|§ to October 1652; Sheriff 1646; London. ist 

on the Committee of the East India wife. 
Company 1656 ; died in Aldermanbury, 
London, 10 October 1656. Will dated 
19 September 1656, proved 6 November 
1656 (P.C.C. 375 Berkley). ^ 



Francis Flyer of= 
Brent Pelham, CO. 
Hertford, Citizen 
and Mercer of 
London ; Sheriff 
of CO. Hertford 
1648 ; died 28 
September 1678. 



^Martha, bapt. at 
St. Antholin's, 
London, 27 Au- 
gust 1596 ; marr. 
there 1 7 April 
1620 ; died 25 
December, bur. 
at Brent Pelham 
28 December 
1658. 



A 



William Boothby of Westerham, co. 
Kent, esquire ; bapt. at St. Antholin's, 
London, 11 December 1597 ; executor 
to his brother Robert 6 January 164^, 
and to his sister Elizabeth 19 November 
1644; bur. at Westerham i July 1676. 
Will dated 5 September 1674, proved 
24 July 1676 (P.C.C. 87 Bence). 



Richard Boothby of St. Dunstan's, 
London; bapt. at St. Antholin's, London, 
10 April 1599. Will dated 24 November 
1669, proved 22 December 1669 (P.C.C. 
155 Coke). 



Waiter Boothby of Tottenham, = 
CO. Middlesex, Citizen and Haber- 
dasher, Alderman of London ; 
bapt. at Stoke Newington, co. 
Middlesex, 19 August 1600 ; 
Commissioner of Customs 1645 
-49 ; Alderman of Bridge Ward 
31 July 1652 ; Master of the 
Haberdashers' Company 1660-61. 
Will dated 12 March i66f, proved 
15 July 1669 (P.C.C. 82 Coke). 



=CatharineWitham, 
dau. of George 
Witham, Citizen 
and Leatherseller, 
Alderman of Lon- 
don. Administra- 
tion granted 4 
September 1669 
(P.CC.) 



George Boothby, bapt. at St. 
Antholin's, London, 24 June 
1629, bur. there 26 June 
following. 



Isaac Boothby of St. Stephen's, Coleman Street, London, gent ; 
aged 17 in 1663; of the Inner Temple; administrator to his 
mother 4 September 1669 ; executor and heir to his uncle 
William 24 July 1676. Administration granted 30 September 
1690 (P.C.C.) 

149 



Martha Boothby, mentioned 
in wills of her father 3 De- 
cember 1641, and of her 
brother George 7 May 1657. 



Catharine, mentioned in will 
of her father 3 December 
1641 ; marr. before 7 May 



1657 



Brownre. 



Mary Boothby, mentioned in 
wills of her father 3 Decem- 
ber 164T, and of her brother 
Robert 3 September 1653. 



John Jolliffe, Citizen and Skinner, Alderman of London ; born at Leek,= 
CO. Stafford; Alderman of Bishopsgate 23 September 1658; Master of 
the Skinners' Company 1661 ; Deputy-Governor East India Company 
1665-67 ; Governor of the Levant Company 1672-73, and of the Russia 
Company 1673 ; ^LP. for Heytesbury 30 March 1660 to January 167! ; 
died 3 January, bur. at St. Martin's Outwich, London, 8 January 16^5. 
Will dated 10 October 1679, proved 15 January 16;^ (P.C.C. 6 Bath). 
He married zndly Anne Brandling, widow. /t\ 



=Rebecca, bapt. at 
St. Mary Alder- 
manbury, London, 
13 March 163^; 
bur. at St. Martin's 
Outwich, London, 
23 June 1674. 



Edward Brewster,= 
(?) died I March 
i67f- 



/K 



=Frances. Rev. William Salt marsh. Vicar of= 
\\'esterham, co. Kent ; of St. John's 
College, Cambridge, admitted pen- 
sioner 26 May 1665, then aged over 
16; B.A. I668;^r.A. 1672; Vicar of 
Westerham 22 December 1673 ; bur. at 
Westerham 7 April 1696. Administra- 
tion granted 15 May 1696 (P.C.C.) /\ 



^Mary, bapt. at St. Mary 
Aldermanbury, London, 
6 November 1638 ; 
marr. at Westerham 10 
February 167I; adminis- 
tratrix to her husband 
15 May 1696. 



Hannah, bapt. at 
St. Mary Alder 
manbury, London, 
28 February i6|^ ; 
mentioned in will 
of her uncle Wil- 
liam 5 September 
1674. 



Lawrence Moyer of Low Leyton,=i=Martha, mentioned in will of her uncle 



CO. Essex, merchant ; died, aged 
76, 14 January 172^, bur. at 
Lcyton. M.L Will dated 30 June 
1 7 16, proved 1 April 172 1 (P.C.C. 
73 Buckinghatn). 



William 5 -September 1674 ; executrix 
to her husband i April 1721 ; bur. at 
Leyton. Will dated 8 .April 1726, 



proved 22 February 
47 Fairant). 



172^ (P.C.C. 



A 



15° 




Pedigree of Lmnbert. 



Lambert. 

[Vol. 17, p. 8.] 



John Lambert of VVoodmansterne,=pJoan Welles, dau. 
and of Parrots Manor, Hanstead, both of William Welles 
CO. Surrey ; bought Perrots Manor of Woodmansterne ; 
20 November 1516. Will dated living 19 June 1533. 
19 June 1533, proved 4 August 
1533 (Arch: of Surrey, 45 Heats). 



Jeffery Lambert of Lamberts=BeatricePen-==Dionysia,= Anne, 
Oaks and of Shortes Place, nicet, bur. at married at living 



Woodmansterne, yeoman ; 
mentioned in his father's 
will 19 June 1533 ; bought 
Garrats in Banstead in 1534 ; 
died, aged 66, bur. at Ban- 
stead 6 July 1567. Will 
dated 3 July 1657, proved 
12 August 1567 (P.C.C. 
24 Stonarde. — 



Banstead 9 
August 1550. 
2nd wife. 



Banstead 
20 January 
iS5f;died 
in 1561. 
4th wife. 



3 July 

1567- 
5th wife. 



Julian, died before 19 
June 1533. She mar- 
ried William Huntly 
of Woodmansterne ; 
executor to John Lam- 
bert 4 August 1533. 
Will dated is8f. 

A 



Robert Best of= 
Merstham Court, 
CO. Surrey ; (?) bur. 
at Merstham i 
November 1568. 



=Jane, marr. 
before 19 
June 1533. 



/N 



Cornelius Johnson,=i=Joan, married 



bur. at Banstead 
20 February 155!. 



before 19 June 
1533 ; (?) bur. 
at Banstead 13 
May 1596. 



Roger Lambert of=j=Catharine Causton, dau. of Walter John Francke.=Elizabeth, married 



Perrots Manor 
mentioned in his 
father's will 1 9 
June 1533 ; 
at Banstead 
October 1558. 



bur. 
13 



Causton of Oxted, co. Surrey, by 
Katherine his wife, dau. of William 
Banaster ; mentioned in will of her 
son John 29 October 1596 ; bur. at 
Banstead 15 January i6o|. 



ist husband. 



after 19 June 1533. 
( ? ) She married 
2ndly at Banstead 
1 5 March 
Edmund Herd. 



155I. 



Roger Lambert of Ewell and Merstham, = 
both CO. Surrey ; named overseer to his 
brother John 29 October 1596 ; (?) bur. at 
Merstham 22 March 1597. 



^Beatrix CoUyer, dau. of Julian William 

Abel Collyer of Ewell ; Lambert. Lambert, 
married in 1564. 



Abraham Lambert. = Ellen Lewin. 



Thomas Lambert, Yeoman of the Privy Chamber to 
King James L and King Charles L ; bur. at Banstead 
20 April 1 64 1. M.L 



151 



John Lambert of Perrots= 
Manor, BansteadjCO. Surrey, 
yeoman ; died, aged 47, 
bur. at Banstead i Novem- 
ber 1596. Will dated 29 
October 1596, proved 28 
April 1597 (Arch : of 
Surrey, 120 Herringman). 



=Alice Stowe, dau. of Edward 
Stowe of Ely, co. Cambridge, 
gent ; executrix to her husband 
28 April 1597 ; (?) bur. at 
Banstead 14 April 16 19. She 
married 2ndly 18 August 
1598, Walter Slyfield. 



Richard Bray 
of Horley, 
CO. Surrey, 
esquire. 



=Catharine, marr. at 
Banstead 9 Septem- 
ber 1554; living 29 
October 1596. 



A 



Robert Bickerstaffe of=Catharine, bapt. 
Walton - on -Thames, at Banstead 19 
CO. Surrey. July 1576 ; marr. 

after 29 October 

1596. 



John Lambert of= 
Carshalton, co. 

Surrey, Marshal of 
the Hall to King 
James L ; bapt. at 
Banstead 20 De- 
cember 1579 ; men- 
tioned in his father's 
will 29 October 



1596. 



A 



=Catharine Moys, dau. of Philip 
Moys of Canons in Banstead, 
by Anne his wife, dau. of James 
Engler of Linkfield in Reigate, 
CO. Surrey, esquire ; marr. at 
St. Mary Aldermary, London, 
27 September 1604. 



Edward Lambert of Perrots Manor,=j=Elizabeth Green, dau. Adrian Ballard=Anne, bapt. at 



Yeoman of tlie Leash to King 
James L ; bapt. at Banstead 1 1 
June 1582 ; mentioned in his 
father's will 29 October 1596 ; bur. 
at Banstead 2 April 1666. 



of Edward Green of of Christ Church, Banstead 28 



Foster Lane, London, 


London, Citizen 


October 1584; 


Citizen and Gold- 


and Skinner. 


mentioned in 


smith ; bur. at Ban- 




her father's will 


stead 1 7 February 




29 October 


i6sl- 




1596. 



Urbanus= 
Pierus. 



=Jane. George Brett, Citizen=Ruth, died 6 November 1647, 
and (Joldsmith. bur. at Banstead. M.L 



/K 



Elizabeth, bapt. 
at Banstead 1 1 
February i6i§. 



152 



Nicholas Lambert of Perrots 
Manor, Banstead, co. Surrey ; 
bapt. at Banstead 13 October 
1 6 16; bur. at Banstead 5 
November 1693. 



Edward Lambert, Citizen 
of London ; bapt. at 
Banstead 24 October 
161 7 ; died in 1680. 



John Lambert of London, 
Citizen and Skinner 
(apprenticed 1638); bapt. 
at Banstead 30 March 
1620; bur. at Banstead 
13 August 1658. 




Roger Daniell,Gentleman=Katharine, bapt. at Banstead Robert Lambert, bapt. at== Alice, 
of the Bedchamber to 22 May 1621 ; bur. at Ban- Banstead 4 August 1623; 
King Charles L stead 7 February i67f. bur. at Banstead in 1651. 



Sarah Lambert, 
bapt. at Ban- 
stead 4 Novem- 
ber 1625, bur. 
there the same 
day. 



William Lambert, 
bapt. at Banstead 
7 May 1628 ; bur. 
there 22 September 
1634. 



Roger Lambert of Shere, co. Surrey ;=j=Elizabeth, bapt. 
born in 1627 ; died in 1658, bur. at at Banstead 
Banstead. Will (nuncupative) made 25 September 
9 August 1658, administration 163 1; bur. there 
granted i October 1658 (P.C.C. in 1656. 
581 Wot ton). /K 



Daniel Lambert of Perrots= 
Manor, Banstead, gent ; bapt. 
at Banstead 10 April 1634 ; 
died, aged 87, i August, bur. 
at Banstead 6 August 1721. 
M.L 



=Elizabeth Emmes, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Emmes of East 
Tisted, CO. Hants, by Judith his wife, dau. of Nicholas 
Lambert of Chipstead, co. Surrey ; marr. 19 April 1677 ; died, 
aged 84, 14 February, bur. at Banstead 20 February 173^. 
Portrait at Camosan, Chorley Wood^ co. Hertford, in the 
possession of Edward Lambert. 



Elizabeth Lambert, bapt. at Banstead 
on Easter Tuesday, 1678, bur. there 
9 October 1694. M.L 



153 



Thomas Lambert of Perrots Manor, Banstead,=j=Mary Signal, dau. of John Bignal of 



CO. Surrey ; born 26 August, bapt. at Banstead 
II September 1679; died 21 May, bur. at 
Banstead 25 May 1747. M.I. 



Dorking, co. Surrey ; died, aged 38, 6 
December, bur. at Banstead 12 December 
1732. M.I. 



Edward Lambert= 
of St. George's, 
Queen Square, 
Bloomsbury, Lon- 
don, son of Ed- 
ward Lambert 
(see next page). 



=Judith, bapt. at Ban- 
stead 30 March 
1720; married at 
St. George's, Queen 
Square, Bloomsbury, 
23 July 1767 ; died, 
aged 51, 7 Decem- 
ber, bur. at Banstead 
17 December 1771. 
M.I. 3rd wife. 



Thomas Lambert of Oporto, = 
Portugal, and afterwards of 
Greenwich, co. Kent; bapt. at 
Banstead 16 June 1723 ; died 
at Greenwich, bur. at Ban- 
stead 27 December: 799. Will 
dated 7 May 1799, proved 27 
January 1800 (P.C.C. 40 
Adderley). 



=Sarah Shoebridge, of 
Seal, CO. Kent ; marr. 
etna 1748; died in 
1802. Will dated 9 
March 1800, proved 
6 December 1802 
(P.C.C. 909 Kenyon). 



Mary Lambert, bapt. 
at Banstead 6 Jan- 


Daniel Lambert, bapt. 
at Banstead 28 May 


uary 172I, bur. there 
I July following. 
M.L 


1727 ; bur. there 
I November 1730. 
M.I. 



John Lambert, bapt. 
at Banstead 9 Feb- 
ruary 1 7 11, bur. 
there i November 
following. M.I. 



Mary Lambert, bapt. 
at Banstead 30 May 
1732, bur. there 
14 March following. 
M.I. 



Daniel Lambert of Muscovy=i=Mary Simpson, dau. 



Court, Tower Hill, London, and 
of Banstead; born in 1741; 
mentioned in the will of Daniel 
Lambert 27 February i7|^; 
executor to Dame Mary Lambert 
14 June 1770; died, aged 79, 
31 December 1820, bur. at 
Banstead. M.I 



of John Simpson of 
Stratford, co. Essex ; 
marr. i June 1769 ; 
died, aged 79, 12 
January 1822, bur. 
at Banstead. M.I. 



A\ 



{For issue, see page 757. 



Edward Lambert, 
died, aged 9, 22 
November, bur. 
at Banstead. 27 
November 1753. 
1\LI. 



Thomas Lambert 
of Oporto, after- 
wards of Ussage 
House, CO. Hert- 
ford ; died, aged 
85, 3 Novem- 
ber 1832, bur. at 
Banstead. M.I. 



154 



Edward Lambert of Bermondsey, co. Surrey,= 
merchant of the Staple; born 27 April, bapt. 
at Banstead, co. Surrey, 8 May 1681 ; executor 
to his brother, Sir Daniel, 23 May 1750; died 
24 May, bur. at Banstead i June 1763. M.I. 
Administration granted 8 June 1763 (P.C.C.) 
Portrait at Camosa?i, Charley IVood, co. 
Hertford, in lite possession of Edivard Lambert. 



=Anne Wilmot, dau. and coheir of John 
VVilmot of Banstead, Citizen and Haberdasher, 
by Anne his wife, dau. and coheir of Sir 
Timothy Thornhill, Ijaronet ; married at 
Banstead 28 August 171 1, marriage licence 
(Faculty Ofifice) dated 24 August ; died, 
aged 33, ID November, bur. at Banstead 
17 November 1720. M.I. 



Anne Eliot,=Edward Lambert of Red Lion= 

dau. of John Square, Bloomsbury, merchant ; 

EliotofLon- born in January 17 1| ; e.xecutor 

don, mer- to Sir Daniel Lambert 23 

chant ; died, May 1750, and to Dame Mary 

aged 49, 5 Lambert 14 June 1770; died, 

December, aged 70, 31 January, bur. at 

bur. at Ban- Banstead 8 February 1785. 

stead 15 M.I. ^Vill dated 23 January 

December 1785, proved 7 February 1785 

1763. M.I. (P.C.C. 87 Ducarel). 
I St wife. 



=Judith, dau. of Thomas= 
Lambert {see previous 
page) ; baptised at 
Banstead 30 March 
1720; married at St. 
George's, Queen Square, 
Bloomsbury, 23 July 
1767 ; died, aged 51, 
7 December, bur. at 
Banstead 1 7 Decem- 
ber 1 77 1. M.I. 2nd 
wife. 



'Martha Simpson, dau. 
of John Simpson of 
Stratford, co. Essex ; 
marr. at St. George's, 
Queen Square, Blooms- 
bury, 15 June 1784 ; 
died, aged 74, 18 
August 1829, bur. at 
Banstead. M.I. She 
married andly Wilmot 
Lambert [see beloiv). 
3rd wife. 



John Lambert. 



Mary Lambert, 
died, aged 17, 
II July, bur. 
at Banstead 16 
Julyi73i. M.I. 



Anne Lambert, 
bur. at Banstead 
15 December 
1763. 



Elizabeth, mar- = 
ried in 1740 ; 
administratrix to 
her husband 24 
January 1765 ; 
died, aged 50, 
22 January, bur. 
at Banstead i 
February 1768. 
M.I. Adminis- 
tration granted 
29 February 
1768 (P.C.C.) 



-Daniel Lambert of St. 
Olave's, Hart Street, 
London, and of Ban- 
stead ; executor to his 
uncle. Sir Daniel, 23 
May 1750, and to his 
father 24 April 1755; 
died, aged 51, 10 
January, bur. at Ban- 
stead 18 January 1765. 
M.I. Administration 
granted 24 January 
1765 (P.C.C.) 



Anne Lambert, Wilmot Lambert of Lamb's Conduit^Martha Simpson, dau. of John Simp- 
died, aged 49, Street, London; died, aged 64, 26 son; marr. at St. George-the- Martyr, 
26 August 1798, June 1815, bur. at Banstead. M.I. co. Middlesex, 8 November 1804; 
bur. at Ban- Will dated 12 November 1805, executrix to her husband 15 July 
stead. M.I. proved 15 July 1815 (P.C.C. 382 1815; died, aged 74, 18 August 1829, 

Fakenham). bur. at Banstead. M.I. She married 

istly Edward Lambert (see above). 



155 



Judith Lambert, 
bapt. at Ban- 
stead, CO. Surrey, 
9 November 

1683 ; died, aged 
41, 2 July, bur. 
at Banstead 9 
July 1725. M.I. 



Sir Daniel Lambert, Citizen and Vintner,= 
Alderman of London ; born 7 September, 
bapt. at Banstead 22 September 1685 ; 
Councillor for Aldgate 1732; Alderman of 
Tower Ward 2 February 173! ; Sheriff 1733 ; 
translated to the Vintners from the Coopers 
25 March i74f ; Master 1741 ; Lord Mayor 
(March to October) 1741 ; M.P. for London 
12 May 1741; knighted at St. James' 18 
February 174I ; died 13 May,bur. at Banstead 
21 May 1750. M.L Will dated 27 Feb- 
ruary 17I5, proved 23 May 1750 (P.C.C. 
163 Greenly). Portrait at Larklaiids, 
£anstead, in the possession of Henry Charles 
Miller Lambert, C.B. 



=Mary Wilniot, dau. and coheir 
of John Wilmot of Banstead, 
Citizen and Haberdasher, by 
Anne his wife, dau. and 
ctjheir of Sir Timothy Thorn- 
hill, baronet ; marriage licence 
(Faculty Office) dated 9 May 
1709 ; died, aged 84, 14 May, 
bur. at Banstead 24 May 
1770. ALL Will dated 26 
January 1768, proved 14 June 
1770 (P.C.C. 236 Je/iner). 



Elizabeth Carpenter,^ 
dau. of John Car- 
penter, Citizen and 
Vintner of Lon- 
don ; marriage li- 
cence (FacultyOfifice) 
dated 1 7 October 
1710 ; died, aged 58, 
2 February, bur. 
at Banstead 7 Feb- 
ruary 174I. M.L 
ist wife. 



=Nicholas Lambert of St.= 
Uunstan's - in - the - West, 
London, and of " Flint 
Castle " in Banstead, Citi- 
zen and Vintner of London; 
born 14 March, bapt. at 
Banstead 28 March 1687 ; 
administrator to John 
Hodgson 8 March 1753; 
died 12 April, bur. at Ban- 
stead 21 April 1755. M.L 
Will dated 15 April 1751, 
proved 24 April 1755 
(P.C.C. 107 Paul). 



=Penelope, bur. 
at Banstead 
14 June 1764. 
Will dated 7 
August 1 761, 
proved 1 5 June 
1764 (P.C.C. 
230 Simpso/i). 
2nd wile. 



John Lambert, born 14 
March, bapt. at Banstead 
30 June 1689; died 24 
February, bur. at Banstead 
4 March 1762. M.L 



Mary Lambert, bapt. at 
Banstead 19 May 1691 ; 
died, aged 68, 3 June, bur. 
at Banstead 11 June 1759. 
M.L 



John Hodgson of St. L)un-^ 
stan's-inthe-West, Citizen and 
Apothecary of London ; bur. 
at Banstead 23 February 1753. 
M.L Administration granted 8 
March 1753 (P.C.C.) 



=Elizabeth, bur. 
at Banstead 6 
March 
M.L 



i74f- 



John Usborne,=|=Mary, married before 27 
executor to Bene- 1 February 1 749 ; execu- 
trix to her father 24 April 
17S5; living 26 January 
1768. 



lope Lambert 15 
June 1764; living 
23 January 1785. 



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A 



Edward Lambert, bur. John Lambert, bur at Judith Lambert. (?) Penelope Lambert, 
at Banstead 14 May Banstead 2 December 
1746. M.L 1743- M.L 



John Lambert, John Lambert, died, aged 20, lulward Lambert, Mary Lambert, 
died in infiincy. 10 December, bur. at Banstead died in infancy. died in infancy. 

20 October 1772. M.L 



'56 



Daniel Lambert 



Banstead, co. Surrey 
{See page 154.) 



of=f=Mary Simpson, dau. of 
John Simpson of Stratford, 
CO. Essex. 



Daniel Lambert of Well House and of Perrots in Banstead ;==Christiana Fox Taylor, dau. of 



born 31 March 1776; died, aged 8i, in London, 18 
December, bur. at Banstead 29 December 1857. Memorial 
window in church. Will dated 16 November 1854, proved 
4 February 1858 (Prin. Reg., 60, 58). Portrait at Well 
House, Banstead, in the possession of Daniel Henry 
Lambert, his grandson. 




William Taylor of Bocking, co. 
Essex, by Catherine his wife, 
dau. of Samuel Courtauld ; born 
4 April 1785; marr. at St. 
Pancras', London, 21 February 
1811; died, aged 71, in Gros- 
venor Street, London, 6 April, 
bur. at Banstead 1 1 April 1856. 
Memorial window in church. 
Portrait at Larklands, Ban- 
stead, in the possession 0/ Henry 
Charles Miller Lambert, C.B., 
her grandson. 
A 

{For issue, see " Visitation of England and IVales," 
Vol. XVIL, pages.) 



Edward Lambert, 
born 19 March 
1777 ; died, aged 
42, 20 January 
1820, buried at 
Banstead. M.L 



Marianne Lambert, 
born 20 January 
1779 ; living at 
Streatham, co. 
Surrey, 6 Septem- 
ber 1840. 



Rev. Peter Aubertin, Rector of=j=Henrietta, born 
Chipstead, co. Surrey; of St. 2 August 1780; 
John's College, Cambridge, B.A. marr. at Ban- 
1798; Rector of Chipstead 26 stead 6 July 
April 1808; died at Chipstead T809. 
9 November 1861. /(\ 



John Lambert of Richmond,; 
CO. Surrey, and of Tavistock 
Square, London, born 13 
May 1782; died, aged 67, 
21 March 1850, bur. at 
Banstead. M.L 



^Katharine Phibbs, dau. of William Henry 
Phibbs ; marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 25 October 1810 ; 
died, aged Si, at Brighton, co. Sussex, 26 
November 1875, 



Thomas Lambert, 
died in infancy, 
bur. at Banstead 22 
August 1785. M.L 



Admiral Sir Sydney Colpoys Dacres, G.C.B. ; born 9 January 1804; entered=j=Emma, marr. 

the Navy 8 -February 1817; Lieutenant 1827; Commander 1834; Captain at St. Pancras', 

1840; Rear-Admiral 1858; Vice-Admiral 1865; Admiral i April 1870; IjOndon, i 

commanded a landing party at the reduction of Kastro Morea 30 October October 1840; 

1828 (Legion of Honour, Redeemer of Greece); in command of the died, aged 92, 

" Salamander" in operations on North Coast of Spain 1836-39; in command at 47 Albany 

of the "Sans Pareil " at bombardment of Sebastopol 17 October 1854 (C.B.): Villas, Hove, 

2nd in command in the Mediterranean December 1861 ; Commander-in- co. Sussex, 8 

Chief in the Channel April 1863; Lord of the Admiralty 12 July 1866 to February, bur. 

27 November 1872 ; Governor and Visitor of Greenwich Hospital ; K.C.B. in Brighton 

28 March 1865 ; G.C.B. 20 May 1871 ; died at Brighton, co. Sussex, 8 March, Cemetery 11 
bur, in Lewes Road Cemetery, Brighton, 11 March 1884. February 19 13. 

/k 



157 



Thomas Lambert 
of Woodmansterne, 
CO. Surrey ; died 
aged 48, 19 Feb- 
ruary i860, bur. 
at Banstead, co. 
Surrey. M.I. 



John Lambert of=j=Harriet Melville Cooper, 



Garrat's Hall, in 
Banstead ; born in 
1814 ; died, aged 
64, 29 April 1878, 
bur. at Banstead. 
M.L 



dau. of Richard Hay 
Cooper ; marr. at Brigh- 
ton, CO. Sussex, 19 
September 1848; died 
at lo Old Steine, 
Brighton, 5 April 1895. 



Henrietta 
Lambert. 



Anne Maud, 
died in 1901. 
She married 
James Chis- 
liolm Gooten 
Chisholm. 

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John Wilmot Lambert= 
of Fairlawn, in Wood- 
mansterne ; Lieutenant 
Rifle Brigade 2 Decem- 
ber 1874 ; died, aged 
30, 4 September 1884, 
bur. at Banstead. M.L 



=Enima Charlotte Hope- 
good, dau. of Francis 
Vera Hopegood of Had- 
leigh House, co. Middle- 
sex ; marr. at St. Peter's, 
Brighton, i June 1880; 
married 2ndly Lieut.- 
Colonel Alfred Charles 
Bennett, U.S.O. 



Rev. Augustus\Villiam=7=Edith, marr. at St. 



George Moore ; of St 
John's College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1864, 
M.A. 1867; first 
Vicar of St. John-the- 
Baptist's, Spalding, 
CO. Lincoln, 1875 ; 
died at St. John's 
Vicarage, Spalding, 
2 January 1897. /K 



Stephen's, South 
Kensington, Lon- 
don, 24 February 
1870; died at 
2 2 Norton Road, 
Hove, CO. Sussex, 
1 1 January 191 2. 



William Vere Hopegood, Lieutenant 97th Foot 23=f=Helen Marion, marr. at 



November 1873, Captain 8 August 188 1, retired 
16 August 1882 ; afterwards Captain West Kent Militia. 



Banstead 
1879. 



December 



Beatrix 
Lambert. 



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Pedigree of Cubit t of Cat field and Honing. 



Anne, bur. at=j=Benjainin Cubitt of Brunstead, and=Mary Starr of North 
Honing, co. afterwards of Honing, both co. Walsham,co. Norfollc; 
Norfolk, 5 No- Norfollc, yeoman ; bur. at Honing marr. at Bacton, co. 
veniber i6go. 7 September 1720. Will dated 24 Norfolk, 16 August 
1st wife. January 171^, proved in 1720 (Arch: 1696 ; living 24 Jan- 

of Norfolk, 1719-20, 194). uary i7ii. 2nd wife. 



Cubitt. 

[Vol. 17, p. 26.] 



Elizabeth, bapt. 
at Brunstead 23 
September 1671; 
living 24 January 
171^. She mar- 
ried'. . . Bell. 



Benjamin Cubitt of Honing, gent ; bapt. at= 
Brunstead 27 December 1673; named 
executor to his father 24 January 171!^; 
executor to his father-in-law 3 July 17 14; 
died, aged 74, bur. at Honing 10 August 
1746. M.I. Will dated 8 August, proved 
13 September 1746 (Arch: of Norfolk, 
1746-8, 40). 



=Elizabeth Cubitt, dau. of 
James Cubitt of Brunstead, 
yeoman ; married at Honing 
2 October 1 695, marriage licence 
(Norwich) dated 25 September, 
then aged 25 ; died, aged 54, 
I March, bur. at Honing 5 
March 172 J. M.I. 



Susanna Gaze of Baw-= 
burgh, CO. Norfolk ; 
married at Norwich 
Cathedral 25 February 
i72§, marriage licence 
(Norwich) dated same 
day, then aged 22 ; died, 
aged 41, at Waxham, 
CO. Norfolk, bur. at 
Honing 5 May 1741. 
M.I. ist wife. 



=Benjamin Cubitt of Wy-= 
mondham, Waxham, and 
afterwards of Catfield, 
all CO. Norfolk, gent ; 
bapt. at Honing 2 July 
1696 ; executor to his 
father 13 September 
1746; died aged 66, 27 
August 1762, bur. at Cat- 
field. M.I. Will dated 
6 March 1762, proved 
4 September 1762 (Cons: 
of Norwich, 1762, 259). 



.Elizabeth Dean, died, 
aged 68, 28 April, bur. 
at Catfield 2 May 
1786. M.I. Will dated 
31 March and 7 April 
1786, proved 4 May 
1786 (Arch : of Nor- 
folk, 1786, 39). 2nd 
wife. 



Elizabeth Cubitt, 
bapt. at Honing 
14 October 1699, 
bur. there 2 1 June 
following. 



Susanna Cubitt, died in 
infancy, bur. at Honing in 
1730. M.I. 

Benjamin Cubitt, bapt. at 
Wymondham in 1724; died, 
aged 19, at Waxham, bur. at 
Honing 13 July 1742. M.I. 



Sarah, bur.=T=John Cubitt of Hickling,= 
at Honing co. Norfolk, gent ; bapt. 
8 February at Wymondham in 1725 ; 
1765. M.I. died, aged 62, 12 Decem- 
ist wife. ber, bur. at Honing 15 De- 

cember 1785. M.I. Will 
dated 3 April 1783, proved 
17 January 1786 (Arch: of 
Norfolk, 1786, 7). 
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=Anna, marriage settle- 
ments dated 22 March 
1766; executrix to 
her husband 17 Jan- 
uary 1786 ; died, 
aged 82, 4 February 
1815 ; bur. at Honing. 
M.I. 2nd wife. 



Hamby Cubitt, bapt. at Dilham, 
CO. Norfolk, 19 December 1726; 
died there, bur. at Honing 13 
January i 72 J. M.I. 



William Cubitt, bapt. at Dilham 
24 March 172^; died there 28 
March, bur. at Honing 30 March 
following. M.I. 



James Cubitt, bur. at 
Honing 8 September 
1734- 



Joseph =j=Susanna, marr. at Catfield 9 October 1754; died, 
Howes. I aged 24, 17 June 1757, bur. at Honing. M.I. 

A 

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Robert Cubitt, born at Waxham 
in 1731 ; died there in 1732. 



Mary Cubitt, 
bapt. at Brun- 
stead, CO. Nor- 
folk, 1 1 June 
1676. 



Susanna Cubitt, Robert Cubitt of Brunstead, yeo-=i=Martha Randall ; 



bapt. at Brun- man ; bapt. at Brunstead 9 March 
stead 14 July i6|^ ; named executor to his father 
1678. 24 January ijii ; died, aged 65, 

6 October, bur. at Brunstead 9 
October 1744. M.I. Will dated 
9 May, proved 10 November 1744 
(Arch: of Norfolk, 1743-5, 119). 



marr. at Honing 
CO. Norfolk, 27 
April 1703; died, 
aged 51, 22 July, 
bur. at Brunstead 
24 July 1735. M.I. 



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James Cubitt of Horning, co.= 
Norfolk, gent ; bapt. at Honing 
10 September 1700 ; bur. there 
1 2 September 1729. Will dated 
3 September 1729, proved in 
1729 (Arch: of Norfolk, 1729, 
-30, 40). 



=Judith, named executrix 
to her husband 3 Sep- 
tember 1729 ; (?) died 
before 8 August 1746. 



Robert Cubitt, 
bapt. at Honing 
7 December 
I 702 ; bur. there 
27 November 

1732- 



John Cubitt, 
bapt. at Honing 
6 February 
170I; (?) bur. 
there 7 Feb- 
ruary 171I. 



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James Warns Uownes of= 
Ludham, surgeon ; died, 
aged 34, 17 October 1780, 
bur. at Tunstead, co. 
Norfolk. M.I. Will dated 

5 September 1780, proved 

6 January 1781 (Cons: of 
Norwich, 1781, 19). 2nd 
husband. 



=Elizabeth, bapt. at= 
Hickling, CO. Norfolk, 
4 July 1743; executrix 
to her husband 6 Jan- 
uary 1781 ; died, aged 
79, at Ludham, co. 
Norfolk, 12 June 1823. 
She married istly 
Robert Pratt. 



=Beniamin Cubitt of Stalham, co. Norfolk, 
gent ; executor to his aunt Elizabeth 
4 May 1786; died, aged 73, 25 January 
181 1. Will dated i November 1800, 
proved 2 February 181 1 (Cons; of 
Norwich, 181 1, 26). He married istly 
Sarah Carr, and 2ndly Hannah, dau. of 
Thomas Mack of Sloley, co. Norfolk {see 
next page). 3rd husband. 



Ann, bapt. at Hickling, co. Norfolk, 23 
l^ecember 1744: died, aged 71, 7 Sep- 
tember 181 5, bur. at Catfield, co. Norfolk. 
M.I. She married at Catfield 8 January 
1765, John Lightfoot. — 



Benjamin Cubitt, bapt. at 
Hickling 7 December 1746, 
bur. at Honing 30 March 
following. 



Benjamin Cubitt, 
bapt. at Hickling 
3 April 1747. 



160 



Gabriel Cooke of=i=Sarah, bapt. at Brun- Hannah Cubitt, Samuel Cubitt, John Cubitt, 



North Walsham.co, 
Norfolk, yeoman ; 
aged 24 in 171 1 ; 
(?) bur. at Honing, 
CO. Norfork, 7 Feb- 
ruary 1760. /K 



stead, CO. Norfolk, bapt. at Honing bapt. at Honing bapt. at Honing 

20 November 1682 ; 4 May 1685; 5 June 1687; 23 May 1690; 

married at Norwich bur. there li 

Cathedral 6 June February 170*. 

1711. following. 



buried there 8 (?) bur. there 
Novemberi688. 26 November 



William Everitt of Happisburgh,=i=Ann, bapt. at Honing 28 May William Cubitt, bapt. 



CO. Norfolk ; bur. at Honing 15 
December 1745. Will dated 13 
June 1740, proved 19 September 
1746 (Arch: of Norfolk, 1746, 39). 



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1706; marr. there 11 January at Honing 5 October 

1725^; executrix to her husband 1709; bur. there 12 

19 September 1746; bur. at February 17 if. 
Honing 8 July 1748. 



George Cubitt, 
bapt. at Honing 
2 October 17 12, 
bur. there 19 Oc- 
tober followingf) 



.=j=Thomas Cubitt of Honing, gent ;= 
ist wife. bapt. at Honing 2 October 1712; 
died, aged 76, 22 August, bur. 
at Honing 26 August 1788. 
M.I. Will dated 4 December 
1783, administration granted 27 
August 1788 (Arch: of Norfolk, 
1788, 72). 



=Ann Smyth, dau. of James 
Smyth of Blickling, co. 
Norfolk ; mentioned in her 
husband's will 4 December 
1783; died, aged 74, bur. 
at Honing 25 March 1789. 
2nd wife. 



Sarah Carr,^Benjamin Cubitt of Stal-=j=Hannah Mack, dau.=Elizabeth Cubitt, dau. of 



married at 
Honing 24 
September 
1758; died, 
aged 2 2, bur. 
at Honing 
9 March 
1759. M.I. 
I St wife 



ham, CO. Norfolk, gent ; 
executor to his aunt 
Elizabeth 4 May 1786 ; 
died, aged 73, 25 January 
181 1. Will dated i No- 
vember 1800, proved 2 
February 1811 (Cons: of 
Norwich, 181 1, 26). 



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of Thomas Mack of 
Sloley, CO. Norfolk, 
and Elizabeth (Smith) 
his wife ; died, aged 
43, 18 July 1782, 
bur. at Stalham. M.l. 
2nd wife. 



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Benjamin Cubitt of Catfield, 
CO. Norfolk, by Elizabeth his 
2nd wife; married before 31 
March 1786; died, aged 76, 
at Ludham, co. Norfolk, 12 
June 1823. She married istly 
Robert Pratt, and 2ndly James 
Warns Downes of Ludham, 
surgeon (see previous page). 
3rd wife. 



Benjamin Cubitt, JamesCubitt, Mary Cubitt, Thomas Cubitt, bapt. at Catfield circa 

bapt. at Catfield, bapt. at Cat- bapt. at Cat- 1754-55; bur. there 27 October 1755. M.I. 

CO. Norfolk, 17 field 23 May field i De- 

December 1749; 1751 ; bur. cemberi752; 

bur. there 14 July there 4 De- died, aged 60, Sarah, bapt. at Catfield 9 August 1756; 

1757. M.I. cember fol- 9 May, bur. died, aged 29, 14 September 1786; bur. at 

lowing. M.I. at Catfield Catfit-Id. M.I. She married at Catfield, 

i3Mayi8i2. 26 May 1778, William Jay of Horning, co. 

M.I. Norfolk. =7= 

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161 



Thomas Cubitt, bur. 
at Honing, co. Nor- 
folk, 8 July 1 75 1. 



William Cubitt, bapt. at 
Honing 1 1 February 175"; 
bur. there 24 July 1751- 



John Cubitt, bapt. 
at Honing 1 1 Feb- 
ruary i75f. 



Thomas Cubitt, bur. 
at Honing 20 De- 
cember 1754. 



Tliomas Cubitt of Honing ; born at Honing i January, bapt.= 
there 20 February 1760; Barrister of the Inner Temple ; Captain 
East Norfolk Militia; J. P. and D.L. for co. Norfolk; Lord of 
the Manors of Honing, East Ruston, Vaux, &c. ; administrator 
to his father 27 August 1788; executor to his brother Benjamin 
2 February 181 1 ; died, aged 70, at Honing Hall, 19 December 
1829, bur. in Honing Church. M.I. Will dated 9 July 1824 to 
10 December 1829, proved 8 March 1830 (P.C.C. 152 Beard). 
Fortran in oils at Honing in the possession of Edward George 
Cubitt, his grandson. 




Catharine Spencer, dau. of 
Henry Spencer of Dulwich, 
CO. Surrey, by Mary Randall 
his wife, niece and coheir of 
Francis Buxton of Tooks 
Court, Chancery Lane, 
London ; born In 1761 ; 
marr. 18 July 1784; died at 
Norwich 31 January 1839, 
bur. in Honing Church. M.I. 
Will dated 17 July 1824 to 16 
December 1830, administra- 
tion granted 2 March 1839 
(P.C.C. 146 Vaughan). 



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{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XVII., 'page 26.) 



James Cubitt, 
bur. at Honing, 
CO. Norfolk, 4 
February i74f. 



John Mack of Sloley, co. Norfolk, gent ; named=j=Mary, marr. at Honing 



executor to his father 4 December 1783; died, 
aged 53, 3 January 1788; bur. at Sloley. M.I. 
Will dated 1774, proved 18 March 1788 (Cons: of 
Norwich, 1788, 48). 



21 November 1763 ; 
died, aged 74, 10 March 
1821, bur. at Sloley. 
M.I. 



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Mary Finley, dau. = 
of the Rev. Jus- 
tice Finley, Vicar 
of Burton -on - 
Stather, co. Lin- 
coln, byCatharine 
his wife ; bapt. 
at Burton -on- 
Stather 21 Sep- 
tember 1762 ; 
marr. there 12 
September 1781 ; 
died, aged 39, at 
Norwich, 19 Au- 
gust, bur. at Cat- 
field 26 August 
1801. M.I. in 
church. I St wife. 



=George Cubitt of Catfield Hall; born at= 
Catfield 8 January, bapt. there 1 1 January 
1759 ; Lieutenant 4th Battalion Norfolk 
Militia 9 February 1779; J. P. and D.L. for 
CO. Norfolk ; executor to his mother 4 May 
1786 ; died, aged 76, 17 May 1835, bur. 
at Catfield. M.I. in church. Will dated 23 
October 1830 to 27 November 1833, proved 
6 August 1835 (P.C.C. 472 Gloster). Portrait 
in oils (iy Clover) in the possession of Mrs. 
Hefiry Archibald Cubitt ; also a Miniature and 
Portrait in tvater-colours in the possession of 
Mrs. Charles Foster, his grand-daughter. 



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^Frances Parish, 2nd dau. of 
the Rev. Henry Parish, 
Rector of Rainham, co. 
Norfolk, by Sarah his wife, 
dau. of John Woodbine 
of East Dereham, co. 
Norfolk ; born 9 December 
1769 ; marr. at Upminster, 
CO. Essex, 2 March 1802 ; 
died in the Close, Norwich, 
3 March 1842, bur. at 
Catfield. M.I. in church. 
Will dated 10 December 
1840 and 27 February 
1 84 1, proved 31 March 
1842 (P.C.C. 163, 42). 
2nd wife. 



{For issue see "Visitation 0/ England and Wales," Vol. XVIII., 
P'lg" 33 a"d 40). 



162 



Pedigree of Knight, 



Knight. 

[Vol. 17, p. 32.] 



Samuel Knight of Tamworth,= 
CO. Stafford, only son of 
Richard Knight of Bath, co. 
Somerset (died in 1708); 
born 28 June i686 ; died 
20 August 1734, bur. at 
Tamworth. 



=Judith Voughtori, only child of Thomas 
Voughton of Tamworth, by Isabel his 
1st wife ; marr. at Tamworth i July 
1 7 14; mentioned in will of her son 
John 18 October 1756 ; died, aged 84, 
17 April 1777, bur. at Tamworth. 



Joseph Knight,= 
born in 1715 ; 
executor to his 
brother John 29 
December 1756; 
mentioned in will 
of his brother 
Edward 1 7 Oc- 
tober 1783. 



Catherine Rhys, 
marr. in 1737. 



John Knight of Samuel Knight of Stoke-^. . . died 
Tamworth, car- Newington, co. Middle- | before 18 Sep 
penter ; born sex, gent ; born in 1717 ; 
in 1 7 16. Will executor to his brother 
dated 18 Octo- Edward 15 August 1787 ; 
ben 756, proved buried at St. Michael 
at Lichfield 29 Bassishaw, London. Will 
Decemberi756. dated 18 September 1795, 

proved 1 5 November 1 797 

(P.C.C. 702 Exeter). 



tember 1795, 
buried at St. 
Michael Bas- 
sishaw. 



Thomas Knight, mentioned=Ida Hester, 
in wills of his uncle Edward 
17 October 1783, and of his 
father 18 September 1795. 



Joseph Knight of Islington, co. Middlesex, and= 
afterwards of Fazely, co. Stafford ; born in 1750 ; 
mentioned in will of his uncle Henry 27 Decem- 
ber 1799. Administration granted 19 April 1806 
(P.C.C). 



Samuel Knight of Edmonton, = 
CO. Middlese.v ; born 8 October 
1770 ; died 9 November 1823. 



=Mary Rogers, dau. and heir of John Rogers 
of Monmouth and of Charterhouse Square, 
London; marr. i February 1775; died 
before 19 April 1806. 



I 



{See next page.) 



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=Anne, born r November 1775; 
marr. at St. liotolph's, Alders- 
gate, London, 8 October 1800 ; 
administratrix to her father 19 
April 1806. 



Katharine, born in 1740; mentioned in will of 
her uncle Henry 27 December 1799. She 
married in 1763, Alexander Goodwin. 

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Elizabeth, mentioned in wills of her uncles 
John 18 October 1756, and Henry 27 
December 1799. She married . . . Yeomans. 



163 



Thomas Knight, = 
born in 17 19. 



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Charles Knight, bapt. at Tamworth, co. Stafford, 10= 
January 172,}; mentioned in will of his brother Edward 
17 October 1783. 



Judith, mentioned in will of her uncle Edward 
17 October 1783; living 15 August 1787. 



Henry Knight of St. Giles', 
Cripplegate, London, and 
afterwards of Islington, co. 
Middlesex; born in 1723; 
executor to his brother Edward 
15 August 1787; died in Feb- 
ruary 1806, bur. in St. Giles', 
Cripplegate. Will dated 27 
December 1 799 and 3 February 
1806, proved 25 February 
1806 (P.C.C. 144 Pitt). /Is, 



=Ann, died, aged Edward Knight of Norton Anne Knight, 
82, 6 July Folgate, London, chemist: born in 1727; 
1799, bur. at St. born in 1725; educated at bur. at Stoke 
Giles', Cripple- Christ's Hospital, admitted Newington i 
gate, London. 1734; died, aged 62, bur. October 1783. 
M.L at Stoke Newington, co. 

Middlesex, 3 August 1787. 

Will dated 17 October 1783 

and 18 May 1787, proved 

15 August 1787 (P.C.C. 374 

Major). 



Richard Knight, born in William Knight of Tamworth, born in=j=Mary Thorpe, marr. 



1729; admitted to Christ's 1732; mentioned in will of his brother 
Hospital in 1737; died there Edward 17 October 1783; died before 
in 1742. 27 December 1799. 



22 December 1754; 
(?) died 5 August 
1815. 



I 



Thomas Knight Mary, born 15 Samuel Knight of=7=Anne Knight, dau. of Joseph Knight 



of Leicester ; born October 1768; Lower Edmonton, 
8 February 1767; mentioned in co. Middlesex; 
died 6 April 1828, will of her uncle born 8 October 
bur. at St. Martin's, Henry 3 Feb- 1770; died at 
Leicester. ruary 1806. Lower Edmonton 

9 November 1823. 



of Lslington, co. xMiddlesex ; born 
I November 1775; marr. at St. 
Botolph's, Aldersgate, London, 8 
October 1800; died at Gray's Inn, 
London, 30 January 1827. 

{See previous page.) 



Marian Knight, Lieut. -Colonel Joseph Knight of the Manor 

born 7 August House, Glen Parva, co. Leicester ; born 3 Feb- 

1801; died in ruary 1803; Lieut. -Colonel Leicestershire Militia ; 

1834, bur. at of H.M. Hon''''= Bodjguard of Gentlemen-at- 

St. Martin's, Arms; J. P. and D.L. for co. Leicester; died at 

Leicester. the Manor House, Glen Parva, 1 1 September, bur. 

at .^ylestone, co. Leicester, 16 September 1880. 

Will dated 13 June 1873 and 27 March 1880, 

proved 25 October 1880 (Prin. Reg., 800, 80). A\ 



=Mary Gregory, dau. of 
John Gregory of Ayle- 
stone Hall, by Mary, his 
wife, dau. of James 
Holmes of Goudhurst, 
CO. Kent ; marr. at 
Aylestone 1 1 March 
1830. 



{For issue see "Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XV/r, page 32). 



Richard \Villiam=f=Maria, born 16 March 1804 ; marr. at 



Webb. 



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St. Andrew's, Holborn, London, 31 July 
1827 ; died, aged 24, at Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex, 14 February 1829. 

164 



John Walker=j=Betsy, born 23 
Wood of Roth- I March 181 1 ; 
ley Grange, co. married in 1833. 
Leicester. | 

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Pedigree of Bicknell. 



Bicknell. 

[Vul. 17, p. 33.] 




Richard Bicknell of Taunton, =i=Elizabelh Pike, marr. 



CO. Somerset, and afterwards 
of Newington, co. Surrey, 
serge-maker (son of William 
Bicknell of Taunton, serge- 
maker) ; died, aged 83, 9 
October, bur. at Newington 
14 October 1765. M.I. 



at St. James', Taun- 
ton, 14 September 
1 7 13; died, aged 85, 
29 December 1777, 
bur. at Newington 4 
January 1778. M.I. 



Richard Bicknell, 
died, aged 18, 20 
September 1732, 
bur. at St. James', 
Taunton. 



John Bicknell of= 
Newington, serge- 
maker ; bapt. at 
Bishophull, CO. 
Somerset, 5 No- 
vember 1716 ; 
died, aged 37, 
at 8 Blackman 

Street, Newington, 24 August, bur. 

at Newington 27 August 1754. 

M.I. Will dated 16 August 1754, 

proved 26 August 1754 (P.C.C. 

210 Pinfold). 



=Jane Green, dau.of John 
Green of Oxford, surgeon ; 
marr. at Hughenden, co. 
Buckingham, 31 Decem- 
ber 1738 ; executrix to 
her husband 26 August 
1754; died, aged 59, at 
8 Blackman Street, New- 
ington, 2 December, bur. 
at Newington 9 Decem- 
ber 1775. M.I. Will 
dated 5 July 1774, proved 
6 Decemberi 775 (P.C.C. 
456 Alexander). 



Elizabeth, born 5 June 
1740 ; died at St. Peters- 
burg, Russia, 31 De- 
cember 1780; marr. at 
Newington 7 April 1760, 
Michael Griffith. 



John Bicknell, 
born 1 2 March 
174I; bur. at 
Newington 16 
June I 752. 



Hannah Bicknell, 
of Newington ; 
born 16 December 
1743 ; died 9 Oc- 
tober, bur. at 
Newington 20 Oc- 
tober 1808. M.I. 



Jane, born 8 April 1746; 
died 24 December 1770, 
bur. at Newington. M.I. 
She married at Newington 
9 February 1766, James 
Drummond. 

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William Bicknell of Lincoln House, Bonder's End, co. Middlesex,= 
and afterwards of Surrey Hall, Lower Tooting, co. Surrey, school- 
master; born at 8 Blackman Street, Newington, 12 August, bapt. at 
Newington 20 August 1749 ; educated at Kingswood School ; admitted 
to the Freedom of the Vintners' Company i May 1770, and to the 
Livery 1785 ; executor to his mother 6 December 1775; Author of 
"Life of John Coventry," 1813 ; died at Surrey Lodge, Lower 
Tooting, 21 November 1825, bur. at Newington. M.I. Will dated 
13 March 1821, proved 13 January 1827 (P.C.C. 5 Heber). Portrait 
in oils {at the age of jo), and miniature in water-colour, in the 
possession of the late Sidney 
Bicknell ; another portrait {at 
the age of 62) in the posses- 
sion of Clarence Bicknell ; 
and miniature in the posses- 
sion of Percy Bicknell ; all 
painted by his cousin, 
Samuel Drummond, A. P. A. 






=Elizabeth Randell, dau. 
of John Randell of 
Sevenoaks, co. Kent ; 
born 5 May, bapt. at 
Sevenoaks 1 6 May 1 7 5 6 ; 
marr. at St. Giles', 
Camberwell, co. Surrey, 
17 November 1777 ; 
died at Kewfoot Lane, 
Richmond, co. Surrey, 
12 January 182 1, bur. 
at Newington. M.I. 
Portrait in oils and 
tniniatitre in ivater- 
colour, by Samuel Drum- 
mond, A.R.A., in the 
possession of the late 
Sidney Bicknell. 



{For issue see 
16s 



"Visitation of England and Wales,'' 
Vol. XVII., page 33) 



I 

Ann Buckland,==Daniel Bicknell of St.= 
of Newington, Michael's, Cornhill, 
CO. Surrey ; mar- London; born 22 Sep- 
ried at Lincoln's tember, bapt. at St. 
Inn 20 Feb- James', Taunton, co. 
ruaryi74|^. ist Somerset, 8 October 
wife. 1 7 18. Administration 

granted 6 September 



1756 (P.C.C.) 



=Mary Baynard, dau. of Thomas 
Baynard, and Mary his wife ; 
marriage licence (Bishop of 
London) dated 8 July 1748, 
then aged 17; administratrix 
to her husband 6 September 
1756. 2nd wife. 



Jonas Bicknell, 
bapt. at Paul's 
Cliapel, Taun- 
ton, 30 Novem- 
ber 1720; died 
in the West 
Indies. 



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Mary Hutchinson, niarried= 
at Clapham, co. Surrey, 
26 August 1750; died, 
aged 41, 19 July, bur. at 
Newington 25 July 1765. 
M.I. ist wife. 



=Samuel Bicknell of St.^ 
Michael's, Cornhill ; 
bapt. at Paul's Chapel, 
Taunton, 26 July 1724 ; 
executor to his brother 
John 26 August 1754; 
died 24 February, bur. 
at Newington 2 March 
1811. M.I. 



Mary, bapt. at 
St. Michael's, 
Cornhill, 26 
August 1 75 1 



Samuel Bicknell, 
bapt. at St. 
Michael's, Corn- 
hill, 29 April 
1753 ; married 
and died s.p. in 
1833- 



John Bicknell, 
bur. at Newing- 
ton 1 7 Decem- 
ber 1755. 



=. . . died 9 
March 1796. 
2nd wife. 



Ann Bicknell, bapt. at 
Paul's Chapel, Taunton, 
9 March 172!, bur. at 
St. James', Taunton, 19 
April following. 



Richard Bicknell, Catherine, living 
died 9 October in St. Peters- 
1796. burg, Russia, in 

1816. 



Richard Bicknell, Mary Bicknell, born John Walter Langton=j=Sarah, born 8 April, bapt. 



born 28 July, bapt. 1 2 November, bapt. of Newington and of 
at Newington 11 at Newington 14 Hampton, co. Middle- 
August 1751, bur. November 1752; sex; died, aged 76, 
there 7 September bur. there 10 Sep- at North End, Croy- 
foUowing. tember 1753. don, co. Surrey, 26 

June 1822, bur. at 
Newington. M.I. 



at Newington 28 April 
1754; niarr. 3 November 
1774; died at Camberwell, 
CO. Surrey, 16 January 
1833 ; bur. at Newington. 
M.l'. 



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166 



Charles Hayter, etched by his son, Sir George Hayter, 
77 December i8ig. 



Hayter. 

[Vol. 17, p. 55.] 




Pedigree of Hayter. 



Richard Hayter of North= 
Bradley, co. Wilts ; 
Churchwarden 1673-74 ; 
bur. at North Bradley 15 
May 1 69 1. 



=. . . bur. at North 
Bradley i December 
1693. 



Richard Hayter 
of Southwick, in 
North Bradley, 
clothier ; bur. at 
North Bradley 7 
February 169!. 
Administration 
granted 26 April 
1694 (P.C.C.) 



I 
John Hayter of= 
Andover, co. 
Hants,husband- 
man ; adminis- 
trator to his 
brother Richard 
26 April 1694. 
Will dated 18 
November 1 72 1, 
proved at Win- 
chester 10 April 

1735- 



=Elizabeth Roll of Stockbridge, 
CO. Hants ; marr. at Andover 
12 March 1694; executrix to 
her husband 10 April 1735; 
bur. at Andover i March 
1759. Will dated 29 April 
i757> proved at Winchester 
2 April 1759. She married 
2ndly (at Andover 3 August 
1722), John Mee of Andover. 



Sarah, bapt. at North 
Bradley 31 January 
169I ; living 18 
November 1721. 



Richard Hayter of Bagshot, co. Surrey ;= 
born 22 August, bapt. at North Bradley 
23 August 1697 ; living 18 November 
1721 ; died before 29 April 1757. 



John Hayter, bapt. at 
Andover 14 August 
1699 ; bur. there 3 
June 1705. 



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Charles Hayter of 0\vslebury,= 
and of St. Cross, Winchester, 
both CO. Hants, builder ; bapt. 
at Andover 29 March 1702; 
executor to his mother 2 April 
1759 ; bur. at Owslebury 20 
July 1779. Will dated 16 June 
1777, proved at Winchester 26 
July 1779. 



=Anne Frye, dau. of Edward Frye of Owslebury, and 
Anne his wife ; born 2 February, bapt. at Owslebury 
3 February 1 70^ ; marr. at VVinchester Cathedral 
25 June 1727, marriage licence (Winchester) dated 
24 June; executrix to her husband 26 July 1779; 
bur. at Owslebury 10 March 1796. Aliniature in 
chalk by Charles Hayter, in the possessioti of 
An^clo George Kirby Hayter. 



Elizabeth Hayter, 
bapt. at Andover 
20 March \-]\% \ 
bur. there 8 August 
1710. 



Charles Hayter of Twickenham, co.= 
Middlesex, and afterwards of Winchester, 
architect ; born 5 December, bapt. at 
Owslebury 23 December 1728; executor 
to his father 26 July 1779; died at St. 
Cross, Winchester, bur. at St. Lawrence', 
Winchester, ii February 1795. Fencil 
miniature by Charles Hayter, in the 
possession of Angela George Kirby Hayter. 



=Elizabeth Holmes, dau. of George 
Holmes of Twickenham, and Sarah 
(Knight) ; bapt. at Twickenham 
6 February i 73I ; marr. at St. (Jeorge's 
Chapel, Mayfair, London, 12 November 
1752 ; bur, at St. Lawrence', Winches- 
ter, 31 October 1793. Pencil miniature 
by Charles Hayter, in the possession 
of Angela George Kirby Hayter, 



John Hayter, bapt. 
at Owslebury 13 
July 1731 ; died 
at Owslebury 15 
January 1756. 



Richard Coombes=f=Ann, born 22 August, 



of Sunbury, 
Middlesex. 



bapt. at Twickenham 
5 September 1753 ; died 
19 March 1826. 



Elizabeth Holmes Hayter, 
born 5 January, bapt. at 
'i'wirkenham 19 January 
1 755 ; died in 1822. 



Charles Hayter, born 20 
March, bapt. at Twickenham 
4 April 1756; bur. there 5 
May 1760. 



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ibK 



Elizabeth, born and bapt. at North Kalherine, born and bapt. at Jane, bom and bapt. at North 
Bradley, co. Wilts, 12 June i66i. North Bradley 6 June 1663. Bradley 7 March i66{. 



John Hayter of New Alresford,^Hannah Langer, of Nevfr Alresfofd ; 
CO. Hants ; bapt. at Andover, bapt. jirivately there 1 2 December 
CO. Hants, 9 November 171 1; 1752; marr. at New Alresford 20 
executor to his mother 2 April May 1755 ; bur. there i April 1772. 
1759; bur. at New Alresford Will dated 14 December 177 1, proved 
15 December 1771. at Winchester 18 April 1772. 



Samtiel Hayter, of the 
3rd Dragoon Guards ; 
mentioned in his 
father's will 18 No- 
vember 1721 ; living 
29 April 1757. 



George Hannington=j=Elizabeth, bapt. at Ovvsle- 
of Kilmeston, co. | bury, co. Hants, 18 Sep- 
tember 1734; marr. there 
16 October 1766, marriage 
licence (Winchester) dated 
15 October; bur. at Owsle- 
bury 16 January 1797. 
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Hants, coachman ; 
aged 25, 15 Octo- 
ber 1766 ; living 16 
June 1777. 



Norman Edridge=f=Ann, bapt. at Owslebury 



of Guildford, co. 
Surrey, baker ; 
aged 25, 19 April 
1760 ; living 27 
June 1775 ; died 
before 16 June 
1777- A 



28 September 1737 ; 
married there 22 April 
1760, marriage licence 
(Winchester) dated 19 
April ; living 16 June 
'777. 



Sarah, born 1 1 
October, bapt. at 
Twickenham, co. 
Middlesex, 9 
November 1757 ; 
married . . . 
Dorsett, who died 
before 1821. 



George Holmes Hayter Of Fonthill, co. Wilts,= 
Clerk of the Works at Fonthill Abbey ; born 
7 August, bapt. at Twickenham 19 August 
1759; educated at Christ's Hospital (admitted 
25 November) 1767 to 1773; bur. at Fonthill 
7 December 1818. Miniature in pencil by 
Sir George Hayter, in the possession of Angela 
George Kirby Hayter. /|\ 



'Elizabeth Smith, married 
at St. Thomas', Winchester, 
30 December 1779; died, 
aged 69, at College Street, 
Winchester, bur. at St. 
Thomas', Winchester, 14 
December 1827. 



Charles Hayter, miniature painter ; born 24 February, bapt.= 
at Twickenham 23 March 1761 ; Professor of Perspective to 
H.R.H. the Princess Charlotte; died i December 1835. Author 
of "An Introduction to Perspective ..." (1813), and "A new 
Practical Treatise on the three Primitive Colours ..." (1828). 
{See "■Dictionary of National Biography" Vol. XXV., page 
303). Portrait in oils by himself, another {painted in 1822), 
by Sir George Hayter, in the possession of A?igelo George 
Kirliy Hayter. 




From a letter dated " December 19 . 1S19." 



=Martha Stevenson, dau. of 
Thomas Stevenson, and Mary 
his wife ; born 8 April, bapt. 
at St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 
Westminster, 2 May 1762; 
married at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 
15 July 1788; died 7 April 
1805. Portrait in oils by her 
husband, at West Wratting 
Place, CO. CatJibridge, in the 
possession of IFalter Louis 
Bazaine Havter. 



Charles Stevenson Hayter, born 22 April, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Covent Garden, London, 13 May 1789; died 11 December 
1801. 



Thomas Hayter, born 13 July 
1 79 1 ; died in August 1795. 



169 



William Paul of New Alresford and St.= 
Swithin's, Winchester, both co. Hants, baker ; 
bapt. at New Alresford 17 April 1738; 
married at Owslebury, co. Hants, 25 May 
1762, marriage licence (Winchester) dated 
24 May, then aged 22 ; bur. at St. Swithin's, 
Winchester, 11 April 1765. AVill dated 16 
March 1765, proved at Winchester 30 August 
1765. I St husband. 



/N 



=Mary, born 
tember 1739, 
Owslebury 
I 740 ; living 
executrix 
husband 30 
1765- 



3 Sep- 

bapt. at 

8 April 

in 1830; 

to her 

August 



=John Wade of St. 
Swithin's, Winchester, 
miller ; married at St. 
Swithin's, Winchester, 
22 May 1766, marriage 
licence (Winchester) 
dated 20 May, then aged 
25 ; died 28 October 
1808. 2nd husband. 



Martha Hayter of Hyde Road, Winchester ; born 29 October, Mary Edrldge Hayter, 

bapt. at Twickenham, co. Middlesex, 21 November 1762 ; died born 2 June, bapt. 

at Hyde Road, Winchester, from burns, 9 December 1843; bur. at Twickenham 17 June 

in Winchester Cemetery. M.I. Atmiaiiire in pencil by Charles 1764. 
Hayter, in the possession of Angelo George Kirby Hayter. 



I 
Sarah Milton, =i=Sir George Hayter, born in St. James' Street, West-= 

dau. of John minster, 17 December 1792, bapt. at St. James', 

Milton of \Vink- Westminster, 15 July 1793; educated at the Royal 

field Plain, co. Academy; Midshipman of the Royal Navy 1808; 

Berks, born 19 appointed in 1837, Principal Painter of History and 

January 1781 ; Portraits to Queen Victoria, and afterwards (2 June 

marr. at St. 1841) Principal Painter in Ordinary ; knighted 

Martin's-in-the- i June 1842 ; Knight of the Sun and Lion of Persia ; 

Fields, West- Painter of Portraits and Miniatures to the King of 

minster, 27 May the Belgians; Member of the Academy of St. Luke 

1809; died at in Rome; of the Pontifical and Ducal Academies of 

Brighton, co, Bologna and Parma ; Professor of the Royal Academy 

Sussex, aged 64, of Arts in P'lorence, and Corresponding Member of 

6 October 1844. the Royal Academy of Arts in Venice; died at 238 

1st wife. Marylebone Road, London, aged 78, 18 January 

187 1, bur. in Marylebone Cemetery, East Finchley, 

CO. Middlesex. RLL Will dated 25 June 1867, with 

codicil dated 30 June 1868, proved i February 1871 

(Prin. Reg., 100, 71). Portrait by himself., at IVoburn 

Abbey, in the possession of the Duke of Bedford. (See 

"Dictiofiary of National Biography" Vol. XXV., page 

303). He married 3rdly, 23 April 1863, Martha, dau. 

^,-^ of William Miller, and 



=Helena Cecilia Burke, 
eldest dau. of Robert 
Burke of Prospect, 
Cork ; marr. at Our 
Lady Chapel, St. 
John's Wood, and 
afterwards at the 
parish church, St. 
Marylebone, London, 
12 May 1846 ; died at 
16 Blandford Square, 
London, 2 March 
i860. Will dated 25 
October 1859, proved 
26 March i860 (Prin. 
Reg., 189, 60). She 
married istly George 
Hyde. 2nd wife. 



01 

widow of - Carey, who 

died at 238 M.irylebone 

Road, London, 15 May 

1867. 



{For issue see "Visitation of England and Hales," 
Vol. XI 7/., page jj). 

170 



William Dollar of Marwell,=pSarah, 
in Owslebury, co. Hants ; 
aged 25, 4 May 1767. 



A 



bapt. at Owslebury 10 April 
1744 ; married there 7 May 1767, 
marriage licence (Winchester) dated 
4 May; died before 16 June 1677. 



Samuel Hayter, bapt, 
at Owslebury 29 April 
1746; bur. there 8 
October 1748. 



Mary Bozer, dau. of= 
John Bozer and 
Hester his wife ; 
married at St. 
Thomas', Win- 
chester, 16 February 
1790, marriage 
licence (Winchester) 
dated 15 February, 
then aged 23 ; died 
in September 1797, 
bur. in the Cathedral 
Close, Winchester. 
M.I. ist wife. 



■=j=John Hayter of Winchester, Lay=f=Elizabeth Finch, (?) dau of 



A 



Vicar of Winchester Cathedral 57 
years ; born i February, bapt. at 
Twickenham, co. Middlesex, 2 March 
1766; died 14 January 1840, bur. in 
the Cathedral Close, Winchester. M.I. 
He married 3rdly at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 1 1 Decem- 
ber 1828, Elizabeth, widow of . . . 
Dison ; died, aged 94, in 1862. 
Mbtiature in pencil by Charles 
Hayter, in the possession of Miss 
Hayter, of 40 Longton Grove, 
Sydetiham, co. Kent. 



Thomas Finch of Winchester ; 
marr. at St. Thomas', Win- 
chester, 30 April 1799, marriage 
licence (Winchester) dated 29 
April, then aged 30 ; died, aged 
70, 8 December 1827. She 
married istly Stephen Silver, 
of St. Thomas', Winchester, 
victualler. Miniature in pencil 
by Cluirles Hayter, in the 
possessioti of Miss Hayter, of 
40 Longton Grove, Sydenham. 
2nd wife. 



A 



Colonel Daniel George 
Native Infantry ; Cadet i 
Captain 25 January 1829 
Colonel 29 January 1850 



Duff, of the 1 6th Bombay- 
?i8 ; Lieutenant 6 May 1819 ; 
; Major 9 June 1845 ; Lieut. - 



=Ann, miniature painter; born 31 
January 1795; marr. 18 September 
1831 ; died of Asiatic cholera at 
Bombay i April 1854. 



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Elizabeth Hayter, born 17 April 
1796 ; died at Gredington, co. 
Flint, 26 May 18 19. 



Thomas Hayter, born 18 
May 1798; died, aged 
three months. 



Robert Hayter, born 17 June 
1799; died, aged about three 
months. 



John Hayter of Foley=j=Augusta Bramley, dau. of Joseph 



Place and 65 Harley 
Street, London, painter; 
born 21 October 1800; 
died at New Brompton, 
CO. Kent, 3 June 1895. 



Bramley ; born 2 2 April 1 8 1 1 ; marr. 
at All Souls', Langham Place, 
London, 8 November 1832 ; died 
at Delamere Terrace, Westbourne 
Park, CO. Middlesex, 14 March 1874. 



Martha Hayter, 
bom 26 Novem- 
ber 1802 ; died, 
agedone month. 



Jane Louisa 
Hayter,born 
27 February 
1804 ; died, 
aged 15 
months. 



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171 



Jemima, bora 4 
March 1768 ; 
married at St. 
George's, Han- 
over Square, 
London, 28 Sep- 
tember 1794, 
to Edward 
Crickmay. 



Samuel Hayter,=f= 
born 14 July 
1769 ; died 12 
August 1847. 



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Robert Holmes 
Hayter, born 4 
August, bapt. at 
St. Maurice', Win- 
chester, CO. Hants, 
2 3 August 1771; 
bur. there 20 Sep- 
tember following. 



Robert Holmes 
Hayter of Fontliill, 
CO. \\'ilts. Clerk of 
the Works at Font- 
hill .'\bbey ; born 
17 October, bapt. 
at St. Thomas', 
Winchester, 25 
October 1772 ; 
died 17 June 1824. 




Hippolyte Boufteau==Kezia, born 9 May, bapt. at St. Thomas', 
of Nangis, in France, Winchester, 15 May 1774; died in Paris 10 
and of Paris; died, June 1865. Portrait in pencil, at age of S8, 
aged 90, 25 July by Sir George Hayter, iti the possession of 
1853. Angelo George Kirby Hayter. 



Kerenhappuch Hayter, 
bapt. at St. Thomas', 
Winchester, 20 April 
1777, bur. there 21 
November following. 



Hayter. 

[Vol. 17, p, 55.] 




Grant of Anns to Sir George 
Hayter, 184J. 



STo all and ^iugulav to whom these Presents 
shall come Sir Charles George Young, ^niflUt, 
Garter Principal King of Arms, and Joseph 
Hawker, ©.SquiVf, Clarenceux King of Arms, 
of the South, East and West Parts of England 
from the River Trent Southwards, send Greeting : 
Whrvca.S Sir George Hayter, of Stratford Place, 
in the Parish of S' Mary-le-bone, in the County 
of Middlesex, dttttiflUt, Principal Painter of 
History and Portraits, and Principal Painter 
in Ordinary to Her Majesty, Member of the 
Academy of S' Luke in Rome, Professor of the 
Royal Academy of Arts in Florence ; Member 
of the Pontifical and Ducal Academies of 
Bologna and Parma, & Corresponding Member 
of the Royal Academy of Arts in \enice, hath 
represented unto The Most Noble Henry 
Charles, Duke of Norfolk, Earl Marshal and Hereditary Marshal of England, that 
he is the eldest Son of Charles Hayter, late of London, Professor of Perspective 



172 



®D hrc latr |loiJ!Vl ^iohucS.'S The Princess Charlotte of Wales, and Grandson of Hayter. 

Charles Hayler, late of 'rwickenham, in the said County of Middlesex, Architect, [Vol. 17, p. 55.] 

both deceased. That he being desirous of bearing in the Armorial Ensigns 

hitherto used by him some distinctions allusive to the Honourable Appointment 

now held by him in the Royal Household, and that the same should be duly 

registered in Her Majesty's College of Arms, he therefore requested the Favour 

of His Grace's Warrant for our granting and assigning such Arms and Crest 

bearing allusion accordingly, as may be proper to be borne by him and his 

descendants, and that the said Armorial Ensigns (without such distinctions,) 

may also be borne and used by his Cousin George Hayter, of Highbury, in the 

aforesaid County of Middlesex, Gentleman, Son of John Hayter, late of Winchester, 

and Grandson of the said Charles Hayter, of Twickenham, and his descendants, 

the whole with due and proper differences according to the Laws of Arms. 

^nrt fcrta.SmUfh as the said Earl Marshal did by Warrant under his hand and 

Seal bearing date the Fifteenth day of February Instant, authorize and direct us 

to grant and assign such Armorial Ensigns accordingly, ^now "^t tlUXtioXt that 

We the said Garter and Clarenceux in pursuance of His Grace's Warrant and by 

virtue of the Letters Patent of our several Ofifices to each of us respectively 

granted, do by these Presents grant and assign unto the said Sir George Hayter, 

the Arms following that is to say. Azure, an Escallop between two Annulets in 

pale Argent, and as many Flaunches of the last, Guttde de Poix, and as an 

Honourable Distinction (untlCV |»fV |HnjfiSttj'iSI ^OiSt 6factOU,9: t^ailttioit,) a 

Canton Gules, thereon an Imperial Crown proper. And for the Crest On a 

Wreath of the Colours A BuH's-head couped Sable semee of F'leurs de lis Or, 

pierced through the forehead by a Spear in bend dexter, the staff broken, and 

the point appearing at the back of the Neck also Or, as the same are in the 

margin hereof more plainly depicted to be borne and used for ever hereafter by 

him the said Sir George Hayter, and his descendants, and the said Arms and 

Crest (without the Canton and the Imperial Crown in the Arms,) to be borne 

and used by the said George Hayter, and his descendants the whole with due 

and proper differences according to the Laws of Arms. IJll Witttfi&'iS Whereof 

We the said Garter and Clarenceux Kings of Arms have to these Presents 

subscribed Our names and affixed the Seals of our several Offices, this 

twenty-second day of February, in the Sixth Year of the Reign of Our Sovereign 

Lady Victoria, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain 

and Ireland, Queen Defender of the Faith &c. and in the Year of Our Lord, 

One thousand Eight hundred and Forty three. 

Chas. Geo. Young, Garter. J. Hawker, Clarenceux. 

Albert; W: Woods, Lancaster Herald. 

E?tdorsed : " Recorded in the College of Artns London this sixth day 
of March 1843." 

J. PuLMAN, Richmond Herald & Registrar. 



From the original Grant in the possession of 
Angelo George Kirby Hayter. 



173 



Ladds. 

[Vol. 17, p. 76.] 



Pedigree of Ladds. 



William Ladds of Barham, 
CO. Huntingdon. 



William Ladds of=f=Katherine Warner, dau. 



Barham, yeoman ; 
aged 42 in 1638 ; 
died at Barham 
in 1639. 



of Thomas Warner of 
WooUey, co. Hunting- 
don, and Ann (Agnes) 
his wife ; living in 
1639. 



John Ladds, bapt. 
at Barham 1 4 
June 1607. 



Henry Ladds.=f= 



A 



William Ladds of Barham,= 
yeoman; not 21 in 1639; bur. 
at Barham 23 October 1696. 
Will dated 11 March 169I, 
proved 19 December 1696 
(Arch : of Huntingdon). 



=Mary Andrew of Fletton, 
CO. Huntingdon ; mar- 
ried at Stanground, 
CO. Huntingdon, 13 July 
1665. 



Thomas Ladds. 



.1 
William Ladds, succeeded 

his uncle William at Bar- 
ham in 1696. 



Mary. 



William Ladds of Barham ;= 
administrator to his father 
20 April 1694; died, aged 
83, 4 April, bur. at Barham 
7 April 1750. 



^Mary Browning, dau. of Matthew Browning of Ellington, co. 
Huntingdon, and Mary his wife ; bapt. at Ellington i January 
i68f ; marr. at Barham 2 October 1706; died, aged 72, 14 
November 1753, bur. at Barham. 



William Ladds of Barham, bapt.=f=Mary Bull, dau of Samuel 



at Barham i December 1706; 
died, aged 36, bur. at Barham 
17 March i74§. Will dated 21 
November 1 742, proved 13 April 
1743 (Arch: of Huntingdon). 



Bull of Barham ; marr. at 
Barham 20 January 173I; 
died 22 February, bur. at 
Barham 26 February 1763. 



Mary, bapt. at Barham 4 Sep- 
tember 1709; marr. at Easton, 
CO. Huntingdon, 3 July 1735; 
died, aged 50, in August 1759 ; 
bur. at Barham ; marr. Joseph 
Sharp. — 

A 



Mary Ladds, died, aged 79, 8 January, bur. at Ellington, 
13 January 181 1. Administration granted 4 December 
181 1 (Arch: of Huntingdon). 



Francis Ladds, bapt. at Barham 
27 December 1733, bur. there 11 
June following. 



174 



.1 

Richard Ladds, bapt. at Barham, co. 
Huntingdon, 8 September 1610. 



Charity, married Robert Annis, married Peter 
GouUer. Collin. 



Francis Ladds of Barham, co.=]=Susanna Layton, dau. of Michael Alice, not 21 



Huntingdon. Will dated 25 July 
1686, administration granted 20 April 
1694 (Arch: of Huntingdon). 



Layton of Great Gidding, co. Hunting- 1639. 
don ; mentioned in her husband's will 
25 July 1686. 



Michael Ladds of Great Gidding, heir to his uncle Michael=pElizabeth bur. at Great Gidding 
Layton of Great Gidding, 1694; bur. at Great Gidding 19 August 1731. 
14 October 1751. 



Sarah, born 7 Sep- Francis Ladds of Great Gidding,=j=Mary Coliyer of Winwick, co. 



tember, bapt. at yeoman, bapt. at Great Gidding 22 
Great Gidding 13 August 1708, bur. there 31 January 
September 1696. i757- Will dated 6 January 1757, 

proved 15 April 1757 (Arch: of 

Huntingdon). 
Michael Ladds, bapt. 
at Great Gidding 31 
July 1698, bur. there 
19 December 1723. 



Huntingdon ; marr. at Great 
Gidding 6 October 1740, bur. 
there 22 June 1754. 



I 
William Ladds, bapt. at Great 

Gidding 14 July 1743. 



Mary, bapt. at Great Gidding 
7 October 1745. 



I 
Martha Ladds, 
bapt. at Barham 
6 July 1 71 2, 
bur. there 10 
May 1 7 14. 



Thomas Ladds of Barham, 
farmer; bapt. at Barham 20 
November 17 15; died, aged 
49, 17 April, bur. at Barham 
17 May 1764. 



Francis Ladds of Barham, farmer ; bapt. 
at Barham 22 February i7if ; died, aged 
59, 24 July, bur, at Barham 29 July 1777. 
Will dated 10 April 1776, proved 13 
August 1777 (Arch: of Huntingdon). 



William Ladds of Barham, = 
bapt. at Barham 13 May 1735; 
died 29 October, bur. at Barham 
2 November 1793. Adminis- 
tration granted 22 March 1794 
(P.C.C.) 



=Ann Henson, dau. of John and Ann Henson of Great 
Gidding; bapt. at Great Gidding 18 August 1736; marr. there 
II November 1760; administratrix to her husband 22 March 
1794 ; died, aged 85, at Leighton Bromswold, co. Huntingdon, 
26 June, bur. at Barham 3 July 1821. 



William Ladds of Ellington and Barham, both co.=Mary Warner of Lutterworth, co. 
Huntingdon; bapt. at Barham 14 September 1761 ; Leicester; died, aged 86, at Elling- 
died, aged 76, at Ellington 22 October, bur. at Barham ton, 3 December, bur. at Barham 
25 October 1837. Will dated i December 1834, proved 7 December 1838. 
30 November 1838 (Arch: of Huntingdon). 



Ellen. Grace, bapt. at Barham, Co. Thomas Ladds of Barham, 

Huntingdon, 12 March i6o|. 



A 



Ellen. 



Elizabeth. 



Bridget. 



Katherine, married William Tylar. 



Thomas Ladds of Great Catworth, co.=j=Elizabeth. 
Huntingdon; mentioned in will of his 
uncle William 11 March 169!; bur. 
at Great Catworth 9 November 1754. 

A 



Elizabeth. 



Mary, married 
. . . Dalton. 



Rebecca. 



Thomas Ladds of Ellington, co. Huntingdon ;= 
bapt. at Barham 10 January 173I ; died, aged 
66, 5 April, bur. at Ellington 8 April 1802. 
Administration granted 6 October 1802. 
(Arch : of Huntingdon). 



=Alice Edis, dau. of Matthew and Rose Edis 
of WooUey, co. Huntingdon ; bapt. at Woolley 
20 April 1724; marr. there i October 1761; 
died, aged 76, 20 November, bur. at Ellington 
24 November 1799. 



Thomas Ladds, bapt. William Ladds of .Spaldwick, co.= 

at Woolley 29 Sep- Huntingdon ; born at Woolley, bapt. 

temberi764; bur. at there 23 September 1766; adminis- 

Ellington 2 December trator to his father 6 October 1802 ; 

1796. died at Spaldwick 7 August, bur. 

there 10 August 1831. Will dated 19 

February 1828 and 7 January 1829, 

proved 18 July 1832 (Arch; of 

Huntingdon). /\ 



=Mary Mann, dau. of James 
Mann of Leighton Bromswold, 
CO. Huntingdon, by Sarah his 
wife; born in 1776; marr. at 
Spaldwick 15 April 1794 ; 
died at Ellington 13 April 
1853, bur. at Spaldwick. 



(For issue see "Fi'si/a/iofi of England and Wales" 
Vol. XVII., page 76). 



Francis Ladds, bapt. at Barham 
20 September 1762; bur. at 
Barham 23 May 1763. 



Francis Ladd.s, bapt. at 
Barham 23 October 1763; 
bur. at Barham 6 May i 77 i. 



Ann Ladds, bapt. at Barham 
27 January 1767; bur. at 
Barham 6 April 1771. 



176 



Francis Ladds, bapt. 25 
February 173I, bur. at 
Barham, co. Huntingdon, 
7 May following. 



Martha, bapt. at Barham 30 June 
1740 ; marr. there i October 1768, 
Thomas Brown of Alconbury, co. 
Huntingdon, 



Lydda Ladds, bapt. 2 May 
1742, bur. at Barham 10 
May following. 



John Henson= 
Ladds, bapt. 
at Barham 2 
January 1770 ; 
died, aged 80, 
bur. at St. 
Neots, CO. 

Huntingdon, 
18 January 
1849. 



=Ann Martin, of Brampton, co. Huntingdon ; 
marr. at Brampton 1798; died, aged 52, at 
Thornhaugh, co. Northampton, 8 January, 
bur. there 12 January 1826. 



Ann, bapt. at Barham 10 July 
1771 ; marr. there 20 Sep- 
tember 1796, James Webb of 
Stafford. 



Ann Ladds, of Steeple 
Gidding, co. Hunting- 
don ; bapt. there 6 June 
1802 ; bur. at St. Neots 
17 April 1846. 



James Mann of Leighton=Mary, bapt. at Barham i February 1775 ; 
Bromswold, co. Hunting- marr. there 31 October i8oi ; adminis- 
don ; died, aged 83, I May tratrix to her father 30 August 1839; 
1864, bur. at Leighton died, aged 88, 29 January, bur. at 
Bromswold. Leighton Bromswold 6 February 1863. 



Henson Ladds, 
bapt. at Steeple 
Gidding 15 Jan- 
uary 1803. 



William Ladds, George =Frances, bapt. at 
bapt. at Steeple Osborne. Steeple Gidding 
Gidding 13 Feb- 21 August 1815 ; 

ruary 1804. marr. at St. Neots 

II May 1852. 



Martin Ladds, 
bapt. at Steeple 
Gidding 21 Au- 
gust 1815. 



Henry Ladds, bapt. at Steeple Gidding 
21 August 1815 ; died, aged 20, bur. 
at Buckden, co. Huntingdon, 15 June 
1830. 



Mary Ladds, bapt. at Steeple 
Gidding 21 August 1815; died, 
aged 27, bur. at St. Neots 20 
November 1840. 



177 



Branfill. 

[Vol. 17, p. 89.] 



Pedigree of Branfill. 



William Branfill of Dartmouth,=j=Johanna Ford, marr. at 
CO. Devon. St. Saviour's, Dartmouth, 

3 July 1628. 



Miriam, bapt. 
at St. Saviour's, 
Dartmouth, 17 
October 1630. 



Thomas Branfill, 
bapt. at St. Sa- 
viour's, Dart mouth, 
7 November 1633. 



Elizabeth, bapt. at St. 
Saviour's, Dartmouth, 16 
October 1635 ; living 23 July 
1709; married . . . Luck. 



Edward Branfill, bapt. 
at St. Saviour's, Dart- 
mouth, 1 1 October 
1639. 



Sarah Foster,=j=Andrew Branfill of Mile End Green,= 



married at 
Stepney, co. 
Middlesex, 2 1 
September 
1671. 



CO. Middlesex, and of Upminster Hall, 
CO. Essex, master mariner ; bapt. at St. 
Saviour's, Dartmouth, 13 February 164!^; 
died 24 July, bur. in Upminster Church 
28 July 1709. M.I. Will dated 23 July 
1709, proved 22 August 1709 (P.C.C. 
188 Lane). 



Edward Branfill, 
died young. 



Sarah Branfill, 
died young. 



=Damaris Aylett, dau. of John Aylett 
of Kelvedon Hatch, co. Essex, by 
Mary his wife, dau. and coheir of 
Rolfe Pettus of Bryces, co. Essex ; 
born in 1659; married in 1681 ; 
executrix to her husband 22 August 
1709; died 3 February 1725-; bur. 
at Upminster. Will dated 10 
September 17 19, proved 17 April 
1722 (P.C.C. 67 Marlbro'). 



Champion Branfill of Upminster Hall,= 
esquire ; bapt. at Stepney 20 March 
i68f ; executor to his brother John 
3 November 1725; Sheriff for co. 
Essex 1734; died 18 June 1738, bur. 
at Upminster. Will dated 26 June 
1736, proved 17 July 1738 (P.C.C. 
170 Brodripf). 



=Mary Braund, dau. of Benjamin Braund, Citizen and 
Vintner of London, by Anne his wife ; bapt. at St. 
Mary Aldermary, London, 11 November 1693; marr. 
at St. James', Westminster, 16 June 1711 ; marr. licence 
(Faculty) 14 June; executrix to her husband 17 July 
1738; died 3 June 1760, bur. at Upminster. Will 
dated 21 and 27 September 1758, proved 7 June 1760 
(P.C.C. 229 Lynch). 



Champion Branfill of= 
Upminster Hall, esquire ; 
born 24 April 1712 ; 
educated at Merchant 
Taylors'School, admitted 
1 3 September i 7 1 7 ; died 
26 April 1770. Adminis- 
tration granted 17 May 
1770 (P.C.C). 



=Elizabeth James, dau. of Robert James, Secretary of the East 
Lidian Company, by Mary his wife, dau. of the Rev. John Hairis, 
Rector of Melcombe Regis, co. Dorset; born in February 173?; 
married 14 October 1760, marriage licence (Bishop of London) dated 
31 December 1760, then aged 23 ; executrix to lier husband 17 May 
1770; died at Putney, co. Surrey, 10 November 1813. Will 
dated 17 July 1807 to 15 April 1811, proved 2 December 
1813 (P.C.C. 614 Ihafhfield). She married 2ndly Matthew 
Howiand Patrick of Putney. 



178 



Harman Browse of=T=Elizabeth, bapt at Stepney John Roberts,=Sarah, married after 



Mile End, Stepney, 
CO. Middlesex, gent. 
Will dated 30 August 
1 7 18, proved 15 
March 172I (P.C.C. 
47 Marlbro'). A 



23 December 1684; married living 3 Feb- 
before 23 July 1709; execu- ruary 172^. 
trix to her husband 15 
March 172^; living 2 April 
1748. 



23 July 1709 ; living 
10 September 1719 ; 
(?) married islly . . . 
Rolbrow. 



Benjamin Branfill, born 11 June 1713; Ann Branfill, born 8 June Andrew Branfill, born 
living I January 17I7 ; died in infancy. 1714 ; died in infancy. 17 June 1715. 



Champion Branfill of Upminster= 
Hall, esquire ; born at East India 
House, London, 28 April 1764 ; 
educated at Charterhouse, and at 
Clare Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1786; 
Cornet 7th Light Dragoons ; died 
at Canterbury 7 October 1792, bur. 
at Upminster. Will dated 18 De- 
cember 1790, proved 8 January 1793 
(P.C.C. 3 Dodwell). 



Charlotte Brydges (sister of Sir Samuel Egerton 
Brydges, baronet), dau. of Edward Brydges of 
Wootton Court, co. Kent, by Jemima his wife, dau. 
and coheir of the Rev. William Egerton, LL.D., 
Prebendary of Canterbury; born i May 1766; niarr. 
14 October 1788; executrix to her husband 8 January 
1793; died at Barham, co. Kent, 5 September 1849, 
bur. at Wootton. She married 2ndly John Harrison 
of Denne Hill, co. Kent (son of John Harrison and 
Charlotte Branfill, see page 181). 



Champion Edward Branfill of Upminster Hall,=i=Anne Eliza Hammond, dau. and coheir 



esquire; born at Canterbury 13 July, bapt. 
privately 14 July, and received into the church 
at Canterbury Cathedral 10 August 1789; 
educated at Eton and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge ; admitted Fellow Commoner 2 July 
1807 ; Lieutenant 3rd (King's Own) Light 
Dragoons 15 November 1810; Captain 29 June 
1815 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Essex; died at 
Upminster Hall 7 October, bur. in Upminster 
Church 15 October 1844. 



of the Rev. Anthony Egerton Hammond, 
Rector of Knowlton and Ivychurch, co. 
Kent, by Charlotte his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Biggs of Kearsney Abbey, co. 
Kent ; born in May 1797 ; marr. at Kings- 
ton, CO. Kent, 26 November 1818 ; died 
at Upminster Hall 4 November, bur. at 
Upminster 11 November 1873. 



A 



(For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XVII., page S(^). 



179 



John Branfill of Lombard 
Street, London, goldsmith ; 
bapt. at Stepney, co. Middle- 
sex, 21 July J 686. Will 
dated i January 1717, proved 
3 November 1725 (P.C.C. 
324 Romney). 



Benjamin Branfill, 
bapt. at Stepney 
17 May 1688. 



Mary Branfill, 
bapt. at Stepney 
27 May 1689; 
bur. at Upminster, 
CO. Essex, 8 June 
following. 



Benjamin Branfill, 
bapt. at Stepney 
26 October 1690. 



John Russell of Stubbers,= 
CO. Essex ; died, aged 
80, 14 December 1787 ; 
bur. at St. Dunstan's-in- 
the-East, London. Will 
dated 9 February 1780 
and 18 June 1780, 
proved 31 December 
1787 (P.C.C. 570 
Major). 



=Mary, born 3 September 17 16; 
mentioned in will of her uncle 
John I January 171^; married 
(?) at North Ockenden before 
21 September 1758, marriage 
licence (Bishop of London) 
dated 14 May 1752 ; mentioned 
in will of Charles Harris i 
August 1776; died 10 Decem- 
ber 1787. 



John Branfill, 
born 3 De- 
cember 1 7 1 7 ; 
died in infancy. 



John Branfill, 
bom 30 De- 
cember 1720 ; 
died in infancy. 



William Branfill, 
born 9 April 1722; 
died in infancy. 



Samuel Branfill, 
bom 27 July 1723. 



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Benjamin Branfill, born at Upminster^Mary Whittall, 
25 May 1765; of the Madras Civil married before 1 7 
Service; executor to his mother July 1807. 
2 December 1 813; died at Waltham- 
stow, CO. Essex, 18 July 1841. 



Robert Branfill, 
born in July 1 766; 
died 1 7 March 
1767. 



Francis Branfill, 
born at Upmin- 
ster 1 1 July 
1767; died 12 
May 1770. 



Rev. 'I'homas Harrison, Vicar of Wymynswold, co. Kent,=j=Jemima Elizabeth, born 9 January 



born 26 May 1793; of St. Mary Hall, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 7 May 1818, B.A. 1822; M.A. 1824; Vicar of 
Wymynswold and of Nonington, co. Kent, 1845 ; died at 



Barhaiu, co. Kent, 28 August 1868. 



1792 ; marr. at Kingston, co. Kent, 
i8 April 1822; died at Barham 
6 June 1867. 



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180 



William Branfill, 
bapt. at Stepney, 
CO. Middlesex, 1 1 
September 1692, 
bur. at Upmin- 
ster3oSeptember 
following. 



Rev. Isaac Sharpe of Stepney ; bapt. at=j=Susannah, bapt. at Stepney 1 1 



Stepney 7 July 1694; educated at Mer 
chant Taylors' School, admitted i 2 March 
170^, and at St. John's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 4 July 1713; B.A. 17 17; 
Curate of Stepney ; bur. there 29 June 
1721. Will dated 22 February 171^, 
administration granted 28 July 1721 
(P.C.C. 139 Buckingham). /k 



March 1694 ; marr. licence (Vicar- 
General) dated 10 July 17 16; 
administratrix to her husband 
28 July 1721; bur. at Stepney 
8 May 1722. Administration 
was granted 29 May 1722 
(P.C.C.) 



John Redman of Mile End, co.=f=Mary, bapt. at Stepney Andrew Branfill of Tyler's Hall 



Middlesex, master mariner ; born 
31 May 1684 ; died 25 July 1763, 
bur. at Upminster. Will dated 7 
November 1759, proved i August 
1763 (P.C.C. 399 Ccesar). 



1 November 1696 ; Farm, in Upminster, geni ; bapt. 
marr. in 1717; died at Stepney i May 1701 ; executor 

2 October 1758, bur. to his mother 17 April 1722; died 
at Upminster. 6 June 1750, bur. at Upminster. 

Will dated 2 April 1748, proved 
^ 9 June 1750 (P.C.C. 187 Greenly). 



John Harrison of Chigwell= 
Row, CO. Essex, esquire. 
Governor of the Bank of 
England and Director of 
the East India Company ; 
executor to Benjamin Bran- 
fill II January 1780; died in 
Charterhouse Square, Lon- 
don, 5 August 1794, bur. at 
Poplar, CO. Middlesex. Will 
dated 8 January 1794, proved 
20 August 1794 (P.C.C. 
417 Holinan). ^'K 



Charlotte, born 2 1 
June 1724 ; marr. 28 
July 1747 ; executrix 
to her husband 20 
August 1794; died 
24 January 1797, 
bur. at Poplar. Will 
dated 26 October 
1794, proved 14 Feb- 
ruary 1797 (P.C.C. 
92 Exeter). 



Benjamin Branfill of 
St. Clement Danes', 
London, merchant ; 
born 23 November 
1725 ; admitted to 
the Merchant Tay- 
lors' Company in 
1734 ; died 6 January 
1780, bur. at Upmin- 
ster. Will dated 8 
July 1778, proved 1 1 
January 1780 (P.C.C. 
2 Collins). 



Anne Branfill, 
born 22 June 
1727 ; died in 
infancy. 



Charles Harris of Bath, co.= 
Somerset, Citizen and Stationer 
of London (son of the Rev. 
John Harris, Rector of Mel- 
combe Regis, CO. Dorset) ; 
born 2 September 1710; died 
4 June 1 78 1. Will dated i 
August 1776 and 28 February 
i777> proved i July 1781 
(P.C.C. 344 Webster). 



=Amelia born ig 
October 1728; 
marr. after 2 
April 1 748; execu- 
trix to her hus- 
band 28 February 
1777, and to her 
sister 27 Septem- 
ber 1808; died 
17 July 1816. 



i73f 



Peter D'Arcy,=Anne, 
mentioned in 
will of Ben- 
jamin Branfill 
8 July 1778. 



born 18 January 
married after 27 
September 1758, marriage 
licence (Bishop of London) 
dated 14 December 1765 ; 
died in Dowry Square, 
Hotwells, Bristol, 8 Septem- 
ber 1808. Will dated 30 
January 1802, proved 27 
September 1808 (P.C.C. 
727 Ely). 



Cockerell. 

[Vol. 17, p. 98.] 



Pedigree cf Rushout. 



Catherine=!=Baldwin Rushout of=f=Anna Joncheer. 



Turloot. 
I St wife. 



Flanders. 



2nd wife. 



William Rushout of London,=Mary East, executrix 

merchant ; born at Cortrick in to her husband 8 

Flanders; naturalized in Eng- lVIayi67i. Willdated 

land 21 April 1634; executor 29 June 1699, proved 

to his brother 2 1 January 165! ; 7 March |-fg§ (P.C.C. 

died 6 May 167 1. Will dated i^ Nod). 
10 September 1669 and 8 
February 167^; proved 8 May 
167 1 (P.C.C. 66 Duke). 



Abigail Godschalk, dau.= 
of Joas Godschalk and 
Anna his wife ; bapt. at 
the Dutch Church, Austin 
Friars, London, 27 Decem- 
ber 1606; died 23 May, 
bur. at St. Dionis Back- 
church, London, 28 May 
1644. ist wife. 



=John Rushout of St. Dionis Back-' 
church, merchant. Citizen and Fish- 
monger of London, and of Maylards 
in Hornchurch, co. Essex ; born at 
Rousselaer, in Flanders ; naturalized 
in England 21 April 1634; died, 
aged 60, 2 October, bur. at St. Dionis 
Backchurch 5 October 1653. Will 
dated 23 September 1653, proved 21 
January 165I (P.C.C. 196 Alchin). 



=Eliz;ibeth Finet, dau. of Sir 
John Finet of co. Kent, 
knight, Master of the Cere- 
monies to King James L, by 
Jane (Wentworth) his wife, 
dau. of Henry, 3rd Lord 
Wentworth. She married 
istly John Godschalk, son of 
Joas Godschalk. 2nd wife. 



Justus Rushout, bapt. at the Dutch 
Church, Austin Friars, 20 February 
162-f; died in childhood at (?) Marais. 



John Rushout, born 29 April, bapt. at 
the Dutch Church, Austin Friars, 10 
May 1629; died at Marais 18 March, 
bur. at St. Dionis Backchurch, London, 
23 March 164I. 

James Rushout, born 5 July 1632 ; died 
in infancy. 



Sir Abraham CuUen of=i= Abigail, born 23 June, 



East Sheen, co. Surrey, 
baronet ; aged 26, 2 
December 1650; created 
a baronet 1 7 J une 1 66 1 ; 
M. P. for Evesham 1 1 
April 1661 ; died 28 
August, bur. at Mort- 
lake, CO. Surrey, 2 
September 1668. Ad- 
ministration granted 3 
November 1668 (P.C.C.) 



bapt. at the Dutch Church, 
Austin Friars, 6 July 1634 ; 
niarr. at St. Dionis Back- 
church 10 December 1650; 
marriage licence (Faculty 
Office) dated 2 December; 
died 6 April 1678, bur. at 
Mortlake. Will dated 13 
March 167^, proved 15 
April 1678 (P.C.C. 31 
Rea'e). 



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182 



Antoine Maes,= 
died before 
lo September 
1669. 



i 
Johanna, mentioned 
in will of her brother 
John 23 September 
1653 ; living 10 
September 1669. 



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John Casier of St. Dionis= 
Backchurch, London, 
merchant ; born at 
Meenin, in Flanders ; 
executor to John Rushout 
a I January 165^ ; died 18 
October, bur. at St. Dionis 
Backchurch 22 October 
1659. Will dated 28 June 
1 643 and 1 7 October 1659, 
proved 1 2 December 1659 
(P.C.C. 553 Pdl). 



=J()yce, married at 
AllHallows',Lon- 
don Wall, 6 De- 
cember 1632, 
marriage contract 
dated 29 Novem- 
ber ; executrix to 
her husband 1 2 
December 1659. 
She married 2ndly 
Adrian Wallaert. 
2nd wife. 



Marie 
Rushout. 



CO. Surrey, knight ; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 
14 March 165^; knighted at 



Whitehall 7 June 1660; marr. 
at All Hallows', London ^Vall, 
30 December 1652 ; died, 
aged 30, 14 May 1664, bur. 
at Tooting. Administration 
granted 8 June 1664 (P.C.C.) 
ist husband. /^ 



25 November 
1636; living 8 
April 1686. 



Sir John Maynard of Tooting, =]=Katherine, born=Francis BuUer of Shillingham, in St. 

Stephen's-by-Saltash, co. Cornwall, esquire ; 
bapt. at St. Stephen's-by-Saltash 10 Jan- 
uary i6|j; marriage licence (Faculty 
Office) dated 26 September 1666. Will 
dated 28 November 1681 and 23 February 
i68~; administration granted 3 September 
1694 (P.C.C. 210 Box). He married 
istly Elizabeth, dau. and heir of Ezekiell 
Grose of Golden in Probus, co. Cornwall. 
2nd husband. 



Sir William Adams of Sprowston Hall, co. Norfolk, =f=Anne, born 10 



baronet ; born 8 June, bapt. at St. Leonard's, Eastcheap, 
London, 15 June 1634; succeeded his father as 2nd 
baronet 24 February i66|; High Sheriff of Norfolk 
1672 and of Essex 1678: died in 1687. Administra- 
tion granted 21 May 1690 (P.C.C.) He married 
2ndly Jane Burnet. 

{See Vol. VII., page 29.) 



October, bapt. at 
St. Dionis Back- 
church, London, 
25 October 1641. 



William Rushout, 
born 30 September, 
bapt. at St. Dionis 
Backchurch 6 Octo- 
ber 1642 ; died 
1 1 February, bur. 
there 12 February 
following. 



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Sir James Rushout of Northwick Park in Blockley, co. Worcester, baronet ;= 
born 22 March 164!, bapt. at the Dutch Church, Austin Friars, London, 
9 April 1644; of Christ "Church, Oxford, matriculated 5 December 1660; 
created M.A. 12 September 1661 ; created a baronet 17 June 1661 ; 
M.P. for Evesham 22 February 1669 to i58i, and 27 February i6||^ 
to 1697, and for co. Worcester 15 January i68| ; appointed Ambassador 
to Constantinople in May 1697 ; died in February 169^, bur. at Blockley. 
M.L Will dated 23 October 1695 and 14 February 1695, proved 
9 March 169^ (P.C.C. 84 Lort). 



=Alice Pitt, dau. and 
heirof Edmund Pitt 
of Harrow, co. Mid- 
dlesex, and Alice his 
wife ; died before 1 4 
February 169I, bur. 
at Blockley. " ]\LL 
She married istly 
Edward Palmer. 



William Rushout, 
born 9 October 
1670. 



Edwin Sandys of Ombersley, co.= 
Worcester, esquire ; M.P. for co. 
Worcester 6 November 1695 ; died 
in 1699, bur. at Ombersley. Will 
dated 28 March 1697 and 27 March 
1699, proved 21 February 1701 
(P.C.C. 29 Hern). 



=Alice, born at Montpellier in France 
25 May 1672 ; naturalized in Eng- 
land 6 April 1677 ; marr. at Blockley, 
marriage licence (Worcester) dated 
22 September 1694; died in 1701, 
bur. at Ombersley. Administration 
granted 21 February 170.' (P.C.C.) 



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Samuel Pvtts of=pCatherine, 



Kyre, co. Wor- 
cester, esquire ; 
died 1 5 January 
lyzf. Adminis- 
tration granted 
27 September 
1729 (P.C.C.) 



born in Lon- 
don 1 6 April 
1676 ; marr. 
before 23OC- 
tober 1695. 



A\ 



Sir James Rushout of Northwick Park,= 
in Blockley, co. Worcester, and of 
Harrow, co. Middlesex, baronet ; 
born 12 July 1677 ; succeeded his father 
as 2nd baronet in February 169!^; M.P. 
for Evesham 16 January 170" to July 
1702; administrator to Alice Sandys 
21 February 170!; died in 1705; bur. 
at Blockley. M.I. Will dated 12 
November and 2 December 1705, proved 
19 June 1706 (P.C.C. 134 Eedes). 



=Arabella Vernon, dau. 
of Thomas Vernon 
of Twickenham Park, 
CO. Middlesex ; born 
in 1676 ; marr. at Ted- 
dington, CO. Middle- 
sex, 12 February 

1699 
TTTTiJ- 



Sir James Rushout 
of Northwick Park 
and of Harrow, 
baronet; succeeded 
his father as 3rd 
baronet in 1705 ; 
died at Twickenham 
Park 21 September 
1711, bur. at Block- 
ley. M.I. Adminis- 
tration granted 20 
November 17 11. 
(P.C.C.) 



Anne Sir Pawlet St. John of Farley, co. Hants,=Elizabeth, marr. 
Rushout, baronet; born 7 April 1704; of Oriel at St. Maryle- 
died in College, Oxford, matriculated 15 July bone, co. Middle- 
infancy. 1722 ; High Sheriff of Hampshire 1727 ; sex, 17 August 

M.P. for Winchester 27 April 1734 and 1731 ; died 21 

28 March 1751, and for Hampshire 6 December 1733. 

May 1 741; Mayor of Winchester 1772; 

created a baronet 9 October 1772 ; died, 

aged 76, 8 June 1780. Will dated 7 

February 177^ to 4 June 1780, proved 

6 July 1780 (P.C.C. 376 Collins). He 

married 2ndly Mary, dau. and heir of 

John Waters of Brecon, and 3rdly Jane, 

dau. and heir of R. Harris of Silkstead, 

CO. Hants. 



William Rushout, 
I January i6|^. 



bom Jane Rushout, born 
21 February i68|. 



George Rushout, aged under 12, 23 October 
1695 ; living 12 November 1705. 



Sir George Thorold of Harmston,= 
CO. Lincoln, baronet ; Citizen and 
Ironmonger of London, Master of 
the Ironmongers 1708; Alderman 
of Cordwainer Ward 3 May 1709 ; 
Sheriff 17 10; Lord Mayor 1719; 
Director of the Bank of England 
1 7 1 1 ; knighted at Windsor 1 8 
March 170!; created a baronet 
9 September 1709; marr. after 12 
November 1705; died, aged 56, 
in Bloomsbury Square, London, 
29 October, bur. at Harmston 1 1 
November 1722. M.I. Will dated 



3 March 172^ 
1722, proved 21 
(P.C.C. 225 
husband. 



to 28 October 
November 1722 
Marlbro'). ist 



=Elizabeth, born= 
2 o February 1685; 
died 15 January 
i7|«, bur. at 
Blockley. M.I. 
Will dated 24 
September 1744, 
proved 8 February 
I 7t^ (P.C.C. 54 
Greenly). 



=George, Earl of Northampton ; born 18 
October 1664; succeeded his father as 
4th Earl 15 December 1681 ; educated 
at Christ Church, Oxford, created M.A. 
18 February i68f ; Lord-Lieutenant of 
CO. Warwick 168?^ and 1689 -1727; 
Bearer of the Sceptre with the Cross at 
the Coronation of King William III. 11 
April 1689; Privy Councillor 21 May 
1702; Constable of the Tower 1712; 
Lord Sewer at the Coronation of King 
George I. 20 October 17 14; marr. 
3 July 1726; died 15 April 1727, bur. 
at Compton, co. Warwick. Will dated 
I February and 20 March 172", proved 
3 May 1727 (P.C.C. 121 Farrant). He 
married istly Jane, dau. of Sir Stephen 
Fox of Farley, co. Wilts, knight. 2nd 
husband. 



1S4 



Rt. Hon'''' Sir John Rushout of Northwick Park, in Blockley,^ 
CO. Worcester, baronet ; succeeded his nephew as 4th baronet 2 i 
September 1711 ; M.P. for Malmesbury 20 April 1713-1721, and 
for Evesham 24 March 172 J to March 1768; a Lord of the 
Treasury 16 February 174' ; Treasurer of the Navy 24 Deceniber 
1743; Privy Councillor 19 January 174^; executor to his sister, 
Elizabeth, Countess of Northampton, 8 February 1 7 5 fl ; died, aged 
91, 2 February 1775, bur. at Blockley. M.I. Will dated 29 
March 1771 and 8 January 1773, proved 9 March 1775 (I'-C.C. 
1 1 5 Alexander). 



=Lady Anne Compton, dau. 
of George, 4th Earl of 
Northampton, by Jane his 
ist wife, dau. of SirStephen 
Fox; marr. 16 October 
1729; died, aged 71, 20 
December 1766, bur. at 
Blockley. M.I. Adminis- 
tration granted 7 June 
i768(P.C.C.) 



Sir John Rushout, Lord Northwick, born 23 July, bapt. at St.= 
George's, Bloomsbury, co. Middlesex, 30 July 1738; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 20 October 1756 ; M.P. for Evesham 
2 April 1 761 to 20 May 1796 ; succeeded his father as 5th baronet 
2 February 1775 ; created, 26 October 1797, Baron Northwick of 
Northwick Park ; died 20 October i8oo, bur. at Blockley. Will 
dated 15 February 1786 and 11 January 1793, proved 3 December 
i8oo (P.C.C. 887 Adderky). 



=Rebecca Bowles, dau. of 
Humphrey Bowles of Wan- 
stead, CO. Essex ; marr. at 
Wanstead 3 June 1766; 
executrix to her husband 
3 December 1800 ; died at 
Northwick Park 4 October 
1818. 



Sir John Rushout, Lord 
Northwick ; born in St. 
James', Westminster, 16 
February 1770; suc- 
ceeded his father as 2nd 
baron 20 October 1800; 
a Governor of Harrow 
School 1801-59; P'.S.A. 
1 1 December 1 800 ; died, 
aged 89, at Northwick 
Park, 20 January 1859. 



Rev. George Rushout- Bowles, Rector of= 
Burford, co. Salop; born 7 July 1771; 
bapt. at St. James', Westminster ; of Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 5 February 
1789; B.A. 1792; M.A. from All Souls' 
1797; Rector of Burford (3rd portion) 
1799-1842; assumed the additional name 
of Bowles by Royal Licence dated 20 
June 1817; died at Burford House 17 
October 1842. 



=Lady Caroline Stewart, 
dau. of John, 7th Earl 
of Galloway ; mar- 
ried at Blockley 10 
January 1803; died at 
Burford House 2 2 May 
1818. 



Caroline Rushout, 
born 26 October 
1803 ; died in 
1822. 



Georgiana Rushout, of Burford House, George 
Tenbury, co. Worcester ; died, aged 86, Rushout. 
5 August 1 89 1. 



Harriot Rushout, 
died at Burford 23 
August 1852. 



18s 



Richard Myddelton of Chirk Castle, co.=i=EHzabeth, marriage 

Denbigh, esquire ; of St. John's College, settlements dated 

Oxford, matriculated 19 March i74f, aged 18; 

M.P. for Denbigh 3 July 1747 to May 1788 ; 

Lord Lieutenant of Denbighshire 1793; died, 

aged 69, in Grafton Street, London, in March 

1795. Will dated 10 May 1773, proved 22 

April 1795 (P.C.C. 268 Neivcastk). He 

married 2ndly Euphemia Crawford. /t\ 



13 March 1761 ; 
died at Chirk 
Castle 7 November 
1772, bur. in Chirk 
Church. 



Anne Rushout of St. 
George's, Bloomsbury,co. 
Middlesex ; executrix to 
her father 9 March 1775 ; 
bur. at Blockley, co. Wor- 
cester, 3 February 1777. 
Will dated 19 April 1775, 
proved 8 February 1777 
(P.C.C. 82 Collier). 



Anne 
Rushout. 



Sir Charles Cockerell of Sezincot, co. Gloucester, baronet ;=f=Harriet, marr. at 



born 18 February 1755 ; of the Bengal Civil Service 1776- 
1800; Postmaster-General in India 1804; M.P. for Tregony 
8 July 1802, for Bletchingley 25 January 1809, and for 
Evesham 1820-37; created a baronet 25 September 1809; 
died at Sezincot 6 January 1837. He married istly Maria 
Tryphena, dau. of Sir Charles William Blunt, 3rd baronet. 



Blockley, co. Wor- 
cester, 13 Feb- 
ruary 1808; died 
at Hyde Park 
Corner, London, 
30 October 185 1. 



A\ 



{For issue see " Visitation of England and Wales" 
Vol. XVII., page g8.) 



William Sydney Bowles, of Queens' College, ^Elizabeth, born 6=John Wallis Grieve, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1796; marr. 24 June 1797. ist December 1774. marr. 7 August 1819. 
husband. 2nd husband. 



Sir George Rushout, Lord Northwick, born= 
at Burford, co. Salop, 30 August 181 1; 
educated at Harrow, admitted January 1825, 
and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 16 
December 1829; B.A. 1833; M.A. 1836; 
M.P. for Evesham 25 July 1837, and for East 
Worcestershire 11 January 1847 to January 
1859 ; Cornet ist Life Guards 18 January 1833 ; 
Lieutenant 1837; Captain 18 March 1842; 
Lieut. -Colonel Herefordshire Militia 1853-62; 
a Governor of Harrow School and of Chelten- 
ham College ; succeeded his uncle as 3rd 
baron 20 January 1859 ; died, aged 76, at 
the Queen's Hotel, Upper Norwood, co. 
Surrey, 18 November 1887. 



=Hon''''^ EHzabeth Augusta Elizabeth Rush- 
Hanbury, dau. of William, out, born at 
ist Baron Bateman of Shob- Burford House 
don, CO. Hereford, by Eliza- injanuaryi8i4; 
beth his wife, dau. of Lord died there in 
Spencer Stanley Chichester; July 1827. 
born 16 March 1832 ; marr. 
at Shobdon 15 April 1869; 
died at Northwick Hall, co. 
Worcester, 29 May, bur. 
at Blockley i June 18 12. 
She married istly Major 
George Drought Warburton. 



Caroline Rushout, born at 7 Park Street, Grosvenor Square, 
London, 15 July 1870; died, aged 8 years and 2 months, 
at Folkestone, co. Kent, 17 September 1878. 



186 



INDEX. 



INDEX. 



Abdy, Katharine Mary, 73 ; Sir William, 

Bt., 73- 
Abney, Edward, 8 ; Elizabeth, 8 ; 

George, 115; Hepzibah, 8; Margery, 

115. 
Acton, Edward, 80 ; Katherine 80. 
Adams, Dame Anne, 183 ; Dame Jane, 

183 ; Margery, 36 ; Mary, 4 ; Thomas, 

36; Sir William, Bt., 183. 
Adkins, Margaret, 9. 
Ailesbury, Robert, Earl of, 88. 
Ainley, Richard, 6 ; Sarah, 6. 
Alder, Eleanor, 57 ; John, 57. 
Alexander, Catharine, 108 ; Marie, 52 ; 

William, Viscount Canada, 108. 
Allen, James, 18, 20; Jane, 18, 20; 

Mary, 18. 
Amhurst, Amherst, Agnes, 15 ; Alice, 17 ; 

Alison, 15; Amelia, 19; Anne, 19; 

Arthur, 16; Bennet, 15 ; Catharine, 20 ; 

Edward, 16,21; Elizabeth, 16-21; Evcring, 

18 ; George, 19, 20 ; Rev. George, 15, 17 ; 

Helena, 17; Isabel, 15; Jane, 16-18, 

20; Joan, 15, 16; John, 15, 16, 18, 20; 

John Thomas, 19; Julian, 15; Katherine, 

17, 20; Lisbona, 16; Margaret, 15, 17; 

Martha, 16; Mary, 16-21 ; Nicholas, 15, 

16, iS, 20; Parnell, 15: Richard, 15; 

Ruth Thomas, 19; .Sarah, 15, 17, 20, 

21; Stephen, 17, 20, 21: Susan, 16; 

Susanna, 16, i8-20 ; Tliomas, 15; 

William, 15. 
Anderson, Sir Edmund, 64 ; Elizabeth, 64. 
Andrew, Mary, 174. 
Andrews, Esther, 14 ; Rebecca, 14 ; 

Thomas, 14. 
Andro, Katharine, 106. 
Ansell, Jane, 9 ; John, g. 
Anson, Anne .Margaret, Viscounless, 114: 

Hon'>'= Anne Margaret, 114; Thomas 

William, Viscount, 114. 
Arbuthnott, Catharine, Viscountess, 107. 
Argyll, John, Duke of. III. 
Armstrong, Gilbert, 64 ; Margery, 64. 
Arscott, Rev. John, 130 ; Mary Anne, 130. 
Arundel, Hon'''" James Everard, 114 ; 

Mary Wyndham, 1 14. 
Askwith, Alice, 29, 30 ; Anne, 29 ; 

Catherine, 30 ; Eliza Susannah, 30 ; 

Elizabeth, 29 ; Jane, 29 ; John, 29 ; 

John Haddon, 30; Margaret, 30; Mary, 

30 ; Rebecca, 29 ; Robert, 29, 30 : 

William, 29. 



Assheton, Mary, 65; Dame Mary, 65; Sir 

Richard, 65. 
Atherton, Anne, 65 ; Elizabeth, 65 ; John, 

65 ; Katherine, 65. 
Athow, Sir Christopher, 59 ; Dame 

Penelope, 59. 
Atkinson, Anne, 29 ; Catherine, 30 ; 

Henry, 30 ; Robert, 29. 
Attwood, Elizabeth, 43. 
Aubertin, Henrietta, 157; Rev. Peter, 

157- 
Aubrey, Anne, 148 ; Elizabeth, 148 ; 

Herbert, 148. 
Auchmuty, Dorcas, 19 ; Thomas, 19. 
Austin, Edward, 139 ; Eleanor, 139 ; 

Judith, 139 ; Thomas, 139. 
Avent, Jane, 127; Thomasine, 127; 

Tristram, 127. 
Aylett, Danmris, 178 ; John, 17S; Mary, 

178. 



Bacon, Barbara, 56 ; Francis, 59 ; Hannah, 

58 ; Jane, 59 ; John, 56 ; Philip, 58 ; 

Thomas, 59. 
Bagge, Jane, 50 ; Thomas, 50. 
I'aggs, Katherine, 23 ; William, 23. 
Hagot, Anthony, 115; Katherine, 115. 
Bagshaw, Arthur, 118; Mary, 118. 
Bailey, Elizabeth, 4, 85 ; Thomas, 85. 
Bake, Margaret, 131. 
Baker, Anne, 100 ; Caroline Elizabeth, 120 ; 

Elizabeth, 13, 98; Harriet, 98; John, 

98 ; Kobert, 13 ; Thomas, 120. 
Ballard, Adrian, 152; Anne, 152. 
Bampfield, Sir Amyas, 125 ; Jane, 125. 
Banaster, Katherine, 151 ; William, 151. 
Bannister, Henrietta Maria, 62 ; John, 

62. 
Barber, Margaret, 98. 
Bardon, Margaret, 84 ; Richard, 84. 
Bargany, Margaret, Lady, 109 ; Mary, 

Lady, 109 ; William, Lord, 109. 
Barker, Alice, 17. 
Barnard, Mary, 10 ; Peter, 10. 
Barnardiston, Eleanor, 53. 
Barr, Anna, 7 ; Martin, 7. 
Barry, Otter, 99. 

Bassett, Judith, 139; William, 139. 
Bateman, Elizabeth, Lady, 186 ; William, 

Lord, 186. 
Bathurst, Peter, 67 ; Selina, 67. 
Bayley, Mary, 98, 118; Thomas, 118. 



189 



Baynard, Catherine, 53 ; Fulke, 53 ; 

Isabel, 53; Mary, 166; Thomas, 166. 
Bazalgette, Daniel, 39 ; Margaret, 39. 
Bazely, Basely, Amelia, 99, 100 ; Anne, 

99-101 ; Elizabeth, 98, 99, lOl ; George, 

100 ; Harriet, 98 ; Captain Henry, 

R.N., 99; James, 98, 99, loi ; Jane, 

100; John, 98; Captain John, R.N., 

9S ; Admiral John, 98, 99 : Margaret, 

98 ; Martha, loi ; Mary, 98, 99, 101 ; 

Peter, loi ; Robert, 98, 100, loi ; 

Sackville, 100 ; Sarah, 99, loi ; 

William, 100, loi. 
Beadon, Geoige, 97 ; Rebecca, 97. 
Beale, Robert, 10. 
Bearcroft, Mary, 84. 
Beaumont, Margaret, 63 ; Nicholas, 63 

Rebecca, 42. 
Bedell, Anne, 147, 14S ; Margaret, 147 

Matthew, 147, 148. 
Bedingfield, Alice, 54 ; Elizabeth, 58 

Hannah, 58; Mary, 54 ; Thomas, 54, 58. 
Bedingfield, alias de Grey, Rev. James, 

60 ; see De Grey. 
Beccher, Amelia Maria Anne, 8 

William, Si. 
Beere, Robert, 133 ; Wilmot, 133. 
Beeston, Elizabeth, 19. 
Bell, Elizabeth, 159. 
Bendall, Alfred, 5; Anna, 2; Anne, i, 

4, 5 ; Anne Elizabeth, 4 ; Arthur, 2 ; 

Benjamin Opie, 5 ; Catherine, I ; Charles, 

1, 2, 4 ; Charlotte Augusta, 5 ; Eliza, 5 ; 
Elizabeth, 1-5 ; Emma, 5 ; Frederic, 5 ; 
George Henry, 4 ; Hannah, 3 ; Harriet, 
5; John, 1-4; John Smith, 5, Joseph, 
1,2; Joseph Richards, 5 ; Keziah, 3, 4 ; 
Martha, 2; Mary, I, 2, 4, 5; Mary 
Anne, 3 ; Mercy, 5 ; Robert Smith, 5 ; 
Samuel John, 3 ; Sarah, 1-5 ; Stephen, 

2, 3 ; Susannah, 3, 4 ; Thomas, 2, 3 ; 
William, 3, 5. 

Bennet, Bennett, Benet, Lieut. -Colonel 
Alfred Charles, 158; Catherine, 80; 
Elizabeth, 47; Emma Charlotte, 158; 
Frances, 80; Henry, 91 ; Hugh, 47 ; Jane, 
55 ; John, 55 ; Mary, 91 ; Thomas, 80. 

Bentinck, Anne, Countess of Portland, 66 ; 
I^ady Frances Williamina, 66 ; William, 
Earl of Portland, 66. 

Bentley, Sarah, 43. 

Berkeley, Frances, 66 ; Frances, Lady, 
66 ; Sir Henry, Bt., 63 ; Dame Margaret, 
63 ; William, Lord, 66. 

Besley, Hannah, 41. 

Best, Jane, 151 ; Robert, 151. 

Betts, Abigail, 48 ; Edmund, 48. 

Bickerstaffe, Calharine, 152; Robert, 152. 

Bicknell, Anne, 166 ; Daniel, 166 ; 
Catharine, 166 ; Clarence, 165 ; Eliza- 
beth, 165; Hannah, 165; Jane, 165; 
John, 165, 166 ; Jonas, 166 : Mary, 166 ; 
Percy, 165 ; Richard, 165, i65; Samuel, 
166 ; Sarah, 166 ; Sidney, 165 ; William, 
165. 



Biddulph, Margaret, 115; Simon, 115. 
Biggs, Charlotte, 179; Elizabeth, 98; 

Jane, 100 ; Mary, ICX5 ; Thomas, 98, 

100, 179. 
Eignal, John, 154 ; Mary, 154. 
Bindlosse, Dame Cecilia, 63 ; Sir Francis, 

63- 
Bird, Edward, 115 ; Elizabeth, 103 ; John, 

104; Judith, 104; Margaret, 115; 

Thomas, 103. 
Bishop, Mary, 16. 
Bisshe, Edward, 116. 
Blackall, John, 38 ; Philippa, 38. 
Blake, Philip, 136; Thomazine, 136. 
Elaw, Janet, 106. 
Blinman, Joan, 97. 
Blomfield, Emma, 51 ; John, 51. 
Blundel, Bryan, 93 ; Elizabeth, 93 ; Mary, 

93 ; Shamuel, 93. 
Blunt, Sir Charles William, Bt., 186 ; 

Maria Tryphena, 1S6. 
Boardman, Hannah, 6 ; John, 6. 
Bokenhani, Christian, 54 ; George, 54 ; 

Margaret, 54. 
Bolton, Ahce, 141 ; Mary, 14; Richard, 

141; Rev. William, 14. 
Bond, Dorothy, 134; John, 134; William, 

124 ; Wilmot, 124. 
Booth, Elizabeth, 64 ; Dame Elizabeth, 

64; Sir George, Bt., 64; Sarah, 7; 

Thomas, 7. 
Boothby, Alice, 141 ; Anne, 140, 142, 143, 

145, 147-149; Brooke, 145 ; Sir Brooke, 

Bt., 145, 146; Catharine, 149, 150; 

Charles, 141, 145; Charles Skrymsher, 

142 ; Cobham, 144 ; Eleanor, 144 ; 

Elizabeth, 139-141, 144-149; Dame 

Elizabeth, 147 ; Elizabeth I\Iary, 140 ; 

Ellen, 142; Frances, 144, 14S, 150; 

Dame Frances, 143, 144 ; Francis, 143 ; 

Geoige, 141, 148, 149; Gerard, 142; 

Gertrude, 142; Gore, 144; Hannah, 

150; Henry, 141, 145, 149; Sir Henrj', 

Bt., 143; Hester, 141, 142; Hill, 146; 

Dame Hill, 143 ; Humphrey, 147 ; Isaac, 

149 ; James, 144 ; Joan, 139 ; John, 142 ; 

Judith, 139, 140, 144; Magdalen, 140; 

Margaret, 139, 144, 145 ; Margery, 142 ; 

Maria, 142 ; Maria Elizabeth, 146 ; 

Martha, 148, 149, 150 ; Mary, 145, 

147, 149, 150 ; Dame Mary, 143 ; 

Merial, 144 ; Penelope, 145, 146 ; 

Dame Phoebe, 145 ; Dame Rafela, 

146 ; Rebecca, 150 ; Rich.ard, 139, 144, 

149; Robert, 139, 142, 144, 147, 148; 

.Sarah, 141, 148: Dame Susanna, 146; 

Thomas, 139-141, 147-149; Sir Thomas, 

Bt., 147; Walter, 149; William, 139, 

142, 143, 145, 148, 149 ; Sir William, 

Bt., 143, 144, 146; see Clopton and 

Skrymsher. 
Boslock, E., 26. 
Boston, Albinia, Lady, 61 ; William, 

Lord, 61. 
Boswell, Anne, 142 ; Wingfield, 142. 



190 



Boteler, Helen, 122; John, Lord, 122. 
Boucher, Caroline, 33 ; Rev. John .Sidney, 

33- 
Boufteau, Hippolyte, 172; Kezia, 172. 
Bnurke, Edmund Fearon, 73 ; Mary 

Judilh, 73. 
liimverie, Hon'''= Bartholomew, 114, 

Harriet, 114; Hon'''« Mary, 114. 
Bowles, Elizabetli, 186 ; Humphrey, 185 ; 

Mary, 99 ; Rebecca, 185 ; William, 99 ; 

William Sydney, 186. 
Bowregge, Thomas, 15. 
Bowyer, John William, 61 ; sie Windham. 
Bozer, Hester, 171 ; John, 171 ; Mary, 

171. 
Biadford, Rev. Edward, 130; Sarah 

Jeffery, 130. 
Bradley, John, 29 ; Rebecca, 29. 
Braine, llenry, 66 ; Katherine, 66. 
Bramlcy, Augusta, 171; Joseph, 171. 
Brandling, Anne, 150. 
Branfill, Ameha, 181; Andrew, 178, 179, 

181 ; Anne, 179, 181 ; Anne Eliza, 179 ; 

Benjamin, 179-181 ; Champion, 178, 

179; Champion Edward, 179 ; Charlotte, 

179, 181; Damaris, 178; Edward, 178; 

Elizabeth, 178, 179; Francis, 180; 

Jemima Elizabeth, 180; Johanna, 178; 

John, 180 ; Mary, 178, 180, iSi ; 

Miriam, 178 ; Robert, 180 ; Samuel, 

180; Sarah, 178, 179; Susannah, 181; 

Thomas, 178; William, 178, 180, 181. 
Braund, Anne, 178; Benjamin, 17S; Mary, 

178. 
Bray, Catharine, 152; Richard, 152. 
Bredon, Elizabeth, 57 ; William, 57. 
Brett, George, 152; Ruth, 152. 
Brewster, Edward, 150; Frances, 150. 
Bridgeman, Julian, 15. 
Bridges, Emma, 120; Thomas Charles, 

120. 
Bridgwater, John, Earl of, 66. 
Brierly, Hester, 142 ; John Beaumont, 

142. 
Brigham, Mary, 102 ; Ralph, 102. 
Brinkley, Ambrose, 84 ; Mary, 84. 
Briscoe, Beatrice, 78 ; Elizabeth, 78 ; 

John, 78. 
Bristowe, Robert, 146 ; Susanna, 146. 
Bromley, Sir Edward, 115; Margaret, 

US- 
Brooke, Dame Harriot, 95 ; Henry, 
Lord Cobham, 143 ; Hon"" Hill, 143 ; 
Margaret, 94 ; Dame Mary, 93 ; 
Dame Penelope, 143 ; Sir Richard, 
Bt., 93, 95; Thomas, 94; Sir William, 

143- 
Brown, Browne, Catharine, 150; Elizabeth, 

42; Martha, 177; Rachel, 12; Robert, 

12 ; Thomas, 177. 
Browning, Mary, 174; Matthew, 174. 
Browse, Eliz.abeth, 179; Harman, 179. 
Bruce, Agnes, 107 ; Andrew, 107 ; Dame 

Euphame, 107 ; .Sir George, 107. 
Bruton, Ursula, 123; William, 123. 



Brydges, Charlotte, 179; Edward 179; 

Jemima, 179; Sir Samuel Egerton, I3t., 
179. 
Buckenham Margaret, 10, 12 ; Mary, 

12; Philip, 10, 12; Susannah, 10; 

Woodthorpe, 12. 
Buckeridge, Helena, 17 ; Rev, Nicholas, 

17- 
Buckland, Ann, 166. 
Budget, Joan, 61 ; John, 6t. 
Bugden, Mary, 13S. 
Bull, Mary, 174; Samuel, 174. 
Buller, Alice, 122 ; Elizabeth, 183 ; 

Francis, 183 ; Katherine, 183 ; Sir 

Richard, 122. 
Bullock, Charles, 119; Edward, 57; 

Harriet, 119 ; Mary, 57. 
Burbage, Anne, 31. 
Burell, Francis, 134 ; Mary, 134. 
Burges, John, 19 ; Sarah, 19 ; Susanna, 

19- 
Burke, Helen Cecilia, 170; Robert, 170. 
Burkin, Diana, 48 ; James, 48. 
Burley, Anne, 121. 
Burnett, James, 107 ; Jean, 107. 
Burroughes, Abigail, 48; Amy, 51 ; Anne, 

48, 49, 51 ; Anne Diana, 50; Augusta 

.Susannah, 49; Burkin, 51; Christabel, 

48; Diana, 48, 50, 51; Edward, 51; 

Elizabeth, 49-51 ; Elizabeth Maria, 50, 

51; Rev. Ellis, 50; Emily, 51 ; Emma, 

51; Henry Negus, 49; James, 50; 

James Burkin, 48 ; Jane Sarah, 49 ; 

Jemima, 50 ; Jeremiah, 48 ; Rev. 

Jeremiah, 50; John, 51; Mary, 48, 49, 

51; Mary Anne, 51; Plea.sance, 50; 

Randall, 49 ; Rev. Randall, 50 ; 

Randall Proctor, 49 ; Robert Masters, 

50; .Sarah Nasmyth, 50; Thomas, 49; 

Rev. Thomas, 50; Thomas Cooke, 51; 

Rev. Thomas Cooke, 49 ; Thomas 

D'Eye, 51 ; Thomas Henry, 50; William, 

51- 
Burton, Rev. James, 25 ; Lucy, 31 ; Mary, 

25 ; Mary Anne, 25. 
Bury, Elizabeth, 144 ; Frances, 144 ; John, 

144. 
Busbie, Busby, Edmund, 22 ; Margaret, 

22 ; Nicholas, 27 ; Thomas, 26, 27. 
Butler, Mary, 72 : Peregrine, 72. 
Button, Anne, 125 ; Sir Francis William, 

'25- 

Buxton, Francis, 162. 

Byard, Anne, 145. 

Byron, AHce, 63 : Dame Alice, 63 ; 
Amelia, 69 ; Anne, 65-68 ; Dame 
Anne, 63 ; Anne Isabella, Lady, 69 ; 
Anthony, 63 ; Augusta Mary, 69 ; 
Barbara, 71; Caroline, 68; Catherine, 
67, 69 ; Cecilia, 67 ; Dame Cecilia, 
63 ; Charies, 64, 68, 70 ; Charlotte 
.Augusta, 71 ; Sir Edward, 64 ; Eleanor, 
Lady, 63 ; Elizabeth, 65, 66 ; Eliza- 
beth, Lady, 64, 65, 68 ; Ernestus, 
65 ; Sir Ernestus, Bt., 64; Frances, 64, 



191 



66, 7°. 7 ' ! Frances, Lady, 66 ; Frances 
Williamina, 66 ; Francis, 68 ; Frederick 
George, yi ; George, 66, 68, 71 ; Captain 
George Anson, 70 ; George Gordon, Lord, 
69 ; Gilbert, 67 ; Henrietta Charlotte, 
70 ; Henrietta Diana, 68 ; Henrietta 
Maria, 67; Henry George, 71; Isabel, 
64; Isabella, 64, 67, 71 ; Dame Isabella, 
64; John, 65, 66, 69, 71 ; Vice-Admiral 
John, 68, 69 ; Sir John, 63 ; John, Lord, 
63 ; Juliana, 67 ; Juliana Elizabeth, 68, 
71; t)ame Katherine, 66; Dame Lucy, 

67 ; Margaret, 63, 66 ; Dame Margaret, 

63 ; Margery, 64 ; Mary, 65, 66, 70 ; 
Mar)-, Lady, 66 ; Nicholas, 63 ; Sir 
Nicholas, 64 ; Sir Philip, 68 ; Richard, 
65, 66 ; Rev. Richard, 70 ; Richard, 
Lord, 64 ; Sir Robert, 67 ; Shirtotta, 

64 ; Sophia, 64, 69 ; Dame Sophia, 64 ; 
Sophia Georgiana, 69 ; Sophia Maria, 
71; Susanna, 64; Thomas, 65-67; Sir 
Thomas, 66; William, 64-66, 68, 71 ; Sir 
William, 65 ; William, Lord, 65, 66, 

68 ; William Henry, 66 ; William John, 
6S ; set Noel. 



Caithness, Alexander, Earl of, 113; 

Margaret, Countess of, 113. 
Calthorpe, Anne, 56 ; Barbara, 56 ; 

Christopher, 60 ; Sir Christopher, 60 ; 

Hannah Maria, 60 ; Sir James, 56. 
Campbell, Lady Eleanor, no; Hon''"'' 

Elizabeth, in ; James, Earl of Loudoun, 

no; John, Duke of Argyll, ni; Hon'>'= 

John, ni; Margaret, Countess of 

Loudoun, no; Lady Mary, ni. 
Campden, Edward, Viscount, 65 ; Hon'''^ 

Elizabeth, 65. 
Canada, William Viscount, 108. 
Cane, Anne, 44. 

Cannon, Mary, 24 ; William, 24. 
Canterbury, Henry Chichely, Archbishop 

of, 74. 
Capelli, Countess Isabella, 71; Count 

Paravicini, 71. 
Carew, Temperance, 55 ; Sir Wimond, 55. 
Catey, Martha, 170. 
Carlisle, Frances, Countess of, 67 ; Henry, 

Earl of, 67 ; Isabella, Countess of, 

67. 
Carmarthen, Amelia, Marchioness of, 69 ; 

Francis, Marquis of, 69. 
Carnegie, Dame Catherine, 107 ; David, 

Earl of Southesk, 107 ; Sir David, Bt., 

107 ; Dame Jean, 107. 
Carpenter, Elizabeth, 156; Harriet Eliza- 
beth, 72; John, 156; Richard, 72. 
Carr, Sarah, 160, 161. 
Carrington, Lord, see Primrose. 
Carter, Goddard, 38 ; Margaret, 91 ; 

Martha, 38; Rebecca, 38; Robert, 91. 
easier, John, 183 ; Joyce, 183. 
Castell, Helen, 56 ; Tollemache, 56. 
Caston, Eleanor, 57 ; Fabian, 57. 



Catesbye, Dame Grace, 54 ; Sir Humphrey, 

54- 
Causton, Catharine, 151; Katherine, 151 ; 

Walter, 151. 
Cave, Anne, 36 ; Dorothy, 36 ; Richard, 

36. 
Cavendish, Anne, 145 ; Henry, 145. 
Chalmers, Emily Rose, 34 ; Rev. John, 34. 
Chamberlayne, Charlotte, 60 ; Rev. 

Edward, 60 ; Elizabeth, 60. 
Chambers, Harriet, 138; Katherine, 118; 

Richard, 138. 
Chamond, Agnes, 121 ; Thomas, 121. 
Chapman, Susanna, 18 ; WiUiam, 18. 
Charlotte, Princess, 5 ; Princess of Wales, 

170. 
Charnock, Frances, 148 ; John, 148. 
Chaworth, Elizabeth, 65 ; Elizabeth, 

Viscountess, 65 ; John, Viscount, 65. 
Chesterfield, Philip, Earl of, 37. 
Chetham, Humphry, 89 ; Margaret, 89 ; 

Mar)', 89 ; Ralph, Sq. 
Cheyne, Elizabeth, 74; John, 74. 
Chichely, Florence, 74 ; Henry, Arch- 
bishop of Canterbuiy, 74 ; William, 74. 
Chichester, Elizabeth, 186 ; Dame Eliza- 
beth, 126 ; Sir John, 126 ; Lord Spencer 

Stanley, 186; Dame Susannah, 126; 

Dame Ursula, 126. 
Child, Anne, 143; George, 143. 
Chisholm, Anne Maud, 158 ; James 

Chisholm Gooten, 15S. 
Cholwich, Mary Anne, 129 ; William, 129. 
Chudleigh, Sir George, Bt., 122; Hugh, 

122 ; Dame Mary, 122 ; Susan, 122. 
Church, Sarah, 39 ; Rev. — , 39. 
Churchill, Priscilla, 25 ; Samuel, 25. 
Clapham, Anne, 76 ; John, 76. 
Clarke, Sarah, 104 ; Rev. Thomas, 104. 
Clayhills, Andrew, 107 ; Katharine, 107. 
Clifton, Margaret, 53 ; Sir Roger, 53. 
Clopton, Anne, 141 ; Charles Boothby, 142 ; 

Sir Hugh, 141 ; see Boothby. 
Clotworthy, Mary, 135 ; Thomas, 135. 
Coakeman, Mary, 102. 
CobboU, Dorothy, 13; Thomas, 13. 
Cobham, Henry, Lord, 143. 
Cockburn, Sir Archibald, Bt., 92 ; Harriet, 

92. 
Cockerell, Sir Charles, Bt. , 1S6; Dame 
Harriet, 186 ; Dame Maria Tryphena, 

186. 
Coghlan, Amelia, 100 ; Lieut. -Colonel 

Edmund, 100. 
Coke, Lady Anne Margaret, n4 ; Eliza- 
beth, 49 ; Thomas William, Earl of 
Leicester, n4. 
Colclough, Adam, 140 ; Catherine, 140 ; 

Magdalen, 140. 
Cole, Arthur, Lord Ranelagh, 67 ; 
Brittania, 37 ; Catherine, Lady Ranelagh, 
67 ; Frances, 43 ; John, 9 ; Lovcday, 
136; Margaret, 9; Peggy, 43; .Samuel 
43 ; Selina, Lady Ranelagh, 67 ; 
Thomas, 37, 136. 



192 



Collard, Joan, 96 ; John, 96 ; Margaret, 

96. 
Colktt, Cornelius, 12 ; Elizabeth, 12 ; 

Mary, 12. 
Collier, Edward, 135 ; Eoveday, 135. 
Collin, Annis, 175 ; IVter, 175. 
Collyer, Abel, 151; Beatrix, 151; Mary, 

175: 

Colquite, John, 124; Julian, 124. 

Colville, Edmund, 17 ; Kathcrine, 17. 

Conipton, Lady Anne, 1 85 ; Elizabeth, 
Countess of Northampton, 184; (Jeorge, 
Earl of Northampton, 184, 185; Jane, 
Countess of Northampton, 184, 185. 

Conyers, Amelia, Lady, (jg ; John, Lord, 
65 ; Kjitherine, 65. 

Coode, Jane, 125, 132 ; John, 132 ; Mary, 
132; Thomas, 132 ; William, 125. 

Cook, Cooke, Elizabeth, 135 ; Gabriel, 
l6l ; George, 12; Margaret, 115; 
Mary Anne, 3 ; Rebecca, 12 ; Robert, 
115, 116; Sarah, 161; Thomas, 115, 

135- 

Coombes, Anne, 168 ; Richard, 168. 

Cooper, Harriet Melville, 158 ; Richard 
Hay, 158. 

Corbett, Sir Andrew, 141 ; Dame Eliza- 
beth, 141; Dame Judith, 139; Sir 
Richard, 139. 

de Cornard, Alice, 53 ; Sir Richard. 53. 

Courtenay, Elizabeth, 121; Jane, 121; 
Phihp, 121. 

Courtauld, Catherine, 157 ; Samuel, 157. 

Courtney, Clement Stafford, 93 ; Elizabeth, 

93- 
Cowley, Elizabeth, 43. 
Cowper, Joan, 61; Mary, 61; William, 

61. 
Cox, Sarah, 46. 
Coxwell, Rev. Charles, 28 ; Eleanor, 24, 

28 ; John, 24, 28 ; Mary, 24. 
Crawford, Euphemia, 186. 
Crawley, Elizaheth, 37 ; John, 37. 
Crawshaw, David, 6 ; Mary, 6. 
Cresswell, Mary, 102 ; Ralph, 102. 
Cressy, Dorothea, in ; Everingham, III. 
Crewe, Blanche, 78 ; Hon'''' Elizabeth 

Emma, 93 ; John, Lord, 93 ; Thomas, 

Crickmay, Edward, 172 ; Jemima, 172. 
Cripps, Robert Gouldisborough,47 ; .Sarah, 

47- 
Crispe, John, 26, 27. 
Croftes, Harriet, 80 ; Rich.ard, 80. 
Croker, Elizabeth, 122 ; John, 122. 
Crombroke, Janet, 89. 
Cromwell, Elizabeth, Lady, 121 ; Frances, 

121 ; Gregory, Lord, 121. 
Crosby, Bridget, 75. 
Cubitt, Anna, 159; Anne, 159-161; 

Benjamin, 159-161; Catharine, 162; 

Edward George, 162 ; Elizabeth, 159- 

161; Frances, 162; George, 161, 162; 

Hamby, 159 ; Hannah, 160, 161 ; (Mrs.) 

Henry Archibald, 162 ; James, 159-162 ; 



John, 159-162; Judith, 160; Martha, 
160; Mary, 159-162; Robert, 159, 160; 
.Samuel, 161 ; Sarah, 159-161; Susanna, 
159, 160; Thomas, 161, 162 ; William, 
159, 161, 162. 

CuUen, Dame Abigail, 182 ; Sir Abraham, 
Bt., 182 ; Elizabetli, 98. 

Cunliffe, Anne, 92-94 ; Brooke, 95 ; 
Caroline, 94 ; Charlotte, 95 ; Christabel, 
89 ; Dorothea, 95 ; Elizabeth, 89, 90, 
93, 95 ; Ellis, 89, 90, 92 ; Kev. Ellis, 
91 ; Sir Ellis, Bt., 62, gi ; Ellis Watkin, 
94 ; Emma, 95 ; Foster, 91 ; Sir Foster, 
Bt., 92 ; Frances, 95 ; Francis Kinloch, 
94 ; Rev. George, 95 ; Grace, 89 ; Dame 
Harriet, 92; Harriot, 95; Henry, 92; 
Isabel, 89, 90, 92, 94 ; Jane, 92 ; Janet, 

89, 91 ; John, 89-92 ; Katherine, 92 ; 
Louisa, 94; Margaret, 89-gi, 93, 
94 ; Margaret Elizabeth, 62, 91 ; Mary, 
89-93, 95; Dame Mary, 91, 92; 
Nicholas, 89, go; Rebecca, 91 ; Robert, 

90, gi ; Sir Robert, Bt., g2 ; General Sir 
Robert Henry, Bt., 94; Dame Susan 
Emily, 94 ; Thomas, 95. 

Cunliffe-Offley, Hon'''' Elizabeth Emma, 

93 ; Foster, 93. 
Cunningham, Grisel, in ; James, 108; 

Brig. -General Richard, in; Sibylla, 

1 08. 
Curzon, Eleanor, 144; John, 144; Sir 

John, 144 ; Millicent, 144. 
Cutbush, Edward, 17 ; Jane, 17. 



Dacres, Dame Emma, 157 ; Admiral Sir 
Sydney Colpoys, 157. 

Dallas, Henrietta Charlotte, 70; Robert, 70. 

Dalmeny, Archibald, Lord, in ; John, 
Lord, in ; see Primro.se. 

Dalrymple, Eleanor, Countess of Stair, 
no; John, Earl of Stair, no. 

Dalton, Mary, 176. 

Dampier, Susanna, 96. 

Dane, Catherine, 44 ; Elizabeth, 43. 

Danford, Amy, 42 ; Stephen, 42. 

Daniel, Daniell, Dorcas, 19 ; John, 19 ; 
Katharine, 153 ; Roger, 153. 

Daniel -Tyssen, Amelia, 19; William 
George, 19 ; see Tyssen. 

Danne, James, 15 ; Joan, 15. 

Dansey, Elen, 119 ; Richard Dansey, 119. 

Darcy, Amelia, Lady Conyers, 69 ; Eliza- 
beth, 76 ; Robert, Earl of Holderness, 69. 

Darcy and Meynell, Elizabeth, 76 ; Lord, 
76. 

D'Arcy, Anne, l8i ; Peter, 181. 

Darell, Agnes, 74, 76 ; Alice, 74 ; Amelia, 
82 ; Dame Amelia Maria Anne, 81 ; 
Anne, 75-81; Dame Anne, 75, 76; 
Blanche, 78 ; Bridget, 77 ; Dame Bridget, 
75 ; Catherine, 80; Christopher, 76, 77 ; 
Clarissa, 82 ; Edward, 74, 75, 77-79, 
81 ; Rev. PMward, 81 ; Ehzaboth, 74, 
77-79 ; Dame Elizabeth, 75, 76 ; 



193 



Florence, 74 ; Fiorentia Elizabeth, 82 ; 
Frances, 75 ; George, 74, 77, 79 ; Rev. 
George, 79 ; Grace, 76 ; Harriet, 80 ; 
Sir Harry Verelst, Bt., 81: Henry, 74, 
77; Honoria, 81, 82; Isabella, 81; 
Dame Isabella, 81 ; James, 77 ; John, 
74, 76, 78 - So, 81 ; Judith, 80 ; 
Katherine, 79, 80; Lionel, Si, 82; Sir 
Lionel, Bt., 81 ; Marmaduke, 75, 77, 81 ; 
Sir Marmaduke, 76 ; Mary, 74, 75, 
77-79 ; Nicholas, 77 ; Philip, 75, 76 ; 
Rev. Richard, 75; Robert, 79, 80; 
Sabina, 81 ; Sir Sampson, 76 ; Stephen, 
75 ; Thomas, 74 ; Sir Thomas, 75 ; 
Thomasine, 74; Ursula, 76; William, 

75- 

Darke, John, 35 ; Margaret, 35. 

Darker, Elizabeth, 85 ; William, 85. 

Darle, Joan, 123 ; John, 123. 

Darwent, Anne, 6 ; William, 6. 

Davenant, Elizabeth, 141 ; James, 141. 

Davie, Dame Isabel, 127; Sir John, Bt., 
126, 127 ; Dame Julian, 127 ; Mary, 
126 ; see Davye. 

Davis, Lydia, 42; Martha, 136; William, 
42. 

Davye, Anne, 103 ; Isabella, 103 ; Robert, 
103 ; see Davie. 

Deacon, Mary, 138 ; Thomas, 138. 

Dean, Deane, Elizabeth, 159; Joan, 46; 
Thomas, 46. 

De Grey, Alice, 59 ; Dame Alice, 53 ; 
Anne, 55-58; Dame Anne, 56; Augusta 
Georgiana Elizabeth, Lady Walsingham, 
61 ; Augusta Mary, 62; Barbara, 56-58 ; 
Bridget, 57 ; Catherine, 60 ; Charlotte, 
60-62 ; HonWe Charlotte, 91 ; Christian, 
54 ; Dorothy, 56 ; Edmund, 54, 55, 57, 
59 ; Eleanor, 53, 57 ; Elizabeth, 54-60 ; 
Dame Elizabeth, 57 ; Elizabeth, Lady Wal- 
singham, 62; Ellen, 56; Fulke, 53, 55, 
58 ; Lieut. -General George, Lord Walsing- 
ham, 62 ; Georgina, 62 ; Grace, 54 ; 
Hannah Maria, 60 ; Helen, 56 ; Huggen, 
58 ; Dame Isabel, 53 ; James, 58 ; Jane, 
55. 56, 59 ; Jemima, 60 ; Jeremiah, 59 ; 
Joan, 53 ; John, 57 ; Katharine, 59 ; 
Margaret, 53, 55, 57 ; Dame Margaret, 
S3; Martha, 58; Mary, 54, 55, 57, 58 ; 
Mary, Lady Walsingham, 61 ; Matilda, 
Lady Walsingham, 62 ; Nicholas, 60 ; 
Penelope, 59 ; Philip, 59 ; Robert, 56, 
59 ; Sir Robert, 57 ; Sir Roger, 53 ; 
Susanna, 58 ; Temperance, 55 ; Thomas, 
53-55, 59, 60 ; Sir Thomas, 53 ; Thomas, 
Lord Walsingham, 61, 62, 91; Ven''''= 
Thomas, Lord Walsingham, 62; William, 
54. 55. 57-6i ; Sir William, 56; Sir 
William, Lord Walsingham, 61 ; see 
Bedingfield and Walsingham. 
Delaval, Anne, 37 ; Sir Francis Blake, 37. 
De la Warr, Thomas, Lord, 63, 67. 
Del Ciado, Don Miguel, 146; Rafela 

146. 
Dennett, Thomas, 27. 



Denton, Anne, 49 ; Jane, 49 ; Samuel, 49. 
Dethick, John, 37 ; Martha, 37 ; Susanna, 

37- 
Devenish, Robert, 88. 
Deverell, Alice, 23 ; Matthew, 23. 
Dewstowe, Arthur, 135 ; Thomasine, 135. 
D'Eye, Mary, 48 ; Thomas, 48. 
Dilly, Rebecca, 83 ; Thomas, 83. 
Dison, Elizabeth, 171. 
Diston, Anthony, 35 ; Jane, 35. 
Dollar, Sarah, 171 ; Wiiham, 171. 
Dorsett, Sarah, 169. 
Dorton, Rev. Nicholas, 26. 
Doublet, Francis, 69 ; Mary, 69. 
Dovey, Frances, 120 ; Rupert, 120. 
Downe, Thomas, Earl of, 26. 
Downes, Elizabeth, 160, 161 ; James 

Warns, 160, 161. 
Dowse, — , 122. 

Dowsing, Bence, 12; Elizabeth, 12. 
Drake, Anne, 6, 122 ; Dame Dionis, 126 ; 

Sir Francis, Bt., 125 ; Dame Helen, 122 ; 

Dame Jane, 125, 126; Joan, 124; Dame 

Joan, 125 ; John, 6 ; Sir John, Bt., 122, 

126 ; Thomas, 124. 
Draper, Frances, 11 8. 
Drelincourt, Anne, 1 10 ; \'ery Rev. Peter, 

Dean of Armagh, 1 10. 
Drummond, James, 165 ; Jane, 165 ; 

John, 87 ; Samuel, 165 ; Susan, 87 ; 

Lady Su.san, 87. 
Drury, Elizabeth, 55; John, 55; Robert, 

55- 
Duerdon, Margaret, 93; Robert, 93. 
Dufi, Anne, 171; Colonel Daniel George, 

171. 
Dundas, Anne, 107 ; Sir James, 107 ; 

Margaret, 109 ; Dame Margaret, 107 ; 

Robert, 109 ; Walter, 107. 
Dyke, Mary, loi ; Nicholas, loi. 



Eagles, Andrew, 15 ; Margaret, 15. 

Earle, Elizabeth, 122; Erasmus, 60; 

Hannah Maria, 60; Thomas, 122. 
East, Maty, 182. 

Edgcumbe, Joan, 126; John, 126. 
Edge, Elizabeth, 87 : Thomas Webb, 87. 
Edis, Alice, 176; Matthew, 176; Ro.se, 

176. 
Edmonds, Mary, 149 ; Simon, 149. 
Edridge, Anne, 169 ; Norman, 169. 
Edwards, Anne, 44 ; John Passmore, 136 ; 

Mary Skinner, 136. 
Effingham, Charlotte, Countess of, 112; 

General Sir Kenneth Alexander, Earl of, 

112. 
Egerton, Jemima, 179; John, Earl of 

Bridgwater, 66 ; Lady Mary, 66 ; Rev. 

William, 179. 
Eglinton, Ilugh, Earl of, no. 
Eling, .■\nne, 44 ; Henry, 44. 
Eliot, .\nne, 155 ; John, 155. 
Ell.acot, lohn, 12S; Margaret, 12S. 
Ellis, Elizabeth Maria, 50; William, 50. 



194 



Elphinstone, Alexander, Lord, loS ; Anna, 
loS ; Charles, Lord, no; Elizabeth, 
III; Elizalietli, Lady, no; John, Lord, 
n I. 

Elsworth, Ehzabeth, 29. 

Emmes, Elizabeth, 153; Judith, 153; 
Rev. Thomas, 1 53. 

England, Susanna, 20. 

Engler, Anne, 152; James, 152. 

Escures, Joan, 53 ; Sir John, 53. 

Eton, Elizabeth, 79. 

Evans, Elizabeth, 50; John Sewel, 50. 

Everard, Anne, 55 ; Henry, 55. 

Everest, James, 16 ; Susan, 16. 

Evering, Robert, 16, 18 ; Susanna, 16, 18. 

Everitt, Anne, 161; William, 161. 

Exeter, Edmund Lacy, Bishop of, 121. 

Evre, Dame Elizabeth, 38 ; Sir Robert, 
'38- 



Fane, John, Earl of Westmorland, 87 ; 
Lady Susan, 87. 

Farmer, Elizalieth, 84; Mary, 70; 
Rebecca, 83 ; Richard, 70, 83 ; Thomas, 
84. 

Farnaby, Frances, 38 ; Francis, 38. 

Faunt, Elizabeth Mary, 140 ; William, 
140. 

Feilding, Goodith, 31. 

Fellowes, Anne, 72 ; Uame Elizabeth, 72 ; 
George, 72 ; Harriet Elizabeth, 72 ; 
Rev. Henry, 73 ; Sir James, 72 ; Joseph, 
73 ; Julia, 72 ; Katharine Mary, 73 ; 
Lucy, 73 ; Mary, 72 ; Dame Mary Anne 
Catharine, 73 ; Mary Judith, 73 ; Pere- 
grine Daniel, 72; Susannah, 72; Thomas, 
72 ; Rear -Admiral Sir Thomas, 73 ; 
William, 72 ; William Dorset, 72. 

Fever, Anne, 102 ; Robert, 102. 

Field, Jane, 103 ; John, 103. 

Finch, Elizabeth, 171; Thomas, 171. 

Finet, Elizabeth, 1S2; Jane, 182; Sir 
John, 182. 

Finley, Catharine, 162 ; Rev. Justice, 162 ; 
Mary, 162. 

Fisher, Anne, 60 ; Elizabeth, 60 ; Samuel, 
60. 

Fitch, Anne, 77 ; Elizabeth, 77 ; Robert, 

77- 
Fitzherbert, Elizabeth, 145 ; John, 145. 
Fitz-Lewes, Elizabeth, 54 ; Sir Richard, 

.54-. 
Fitzwilliam, Dame Anne, 63; John, 64; 

Margaret, 63 ; Sir William, 63. 
Fleming, Lady Margaret, 113; John, Earl 

of Wigtown, 113. 
Fletcher, Jane, 16; John, 16. 
Flounders, Benjamin, 120; Mary, 120. 
Floyer, Elizabeth, 125 ; William, 125. 
Flyer, Elizabeth, 139; Francis, 149; 

Martha, 149 ; Richard, 139. 
Foot, Jane, 127. 
Ford, Johanna, 178; Mary, 47. 
Forrest, Arthur, 94 ; Louisa, 94. 



Forster, Amelia, 100; M. F., 100. 
Fortescue, Cecily, 122; Henry, 121 ; Joan, 

126 i John, 126; Margaret, 121 ; Sophia, 

126 ; Thomas, 122. 
Forty, Elizabeth, 34 ; Richard, 34. 
Foster (Mrs.) Charles, 162; Elizabeth, 

90; Janet, 91 ; Sarah, 178. 
Foulis, Dame Agnes, 107 ; Dame Anne, 

107; George, 106, n3 ; Janet, 106; Sir 

John, Bt., 107, 113; Dame Margaret, 

107, n3 ; Dame Mary, 107; see 

Primrose. 
Fowel, Jane, 121; Richard, 121. 
Fowler, Lucy, n9 ; Thomas, 119. 
Fox, Jane, 184, 185 ; Judith, 144 ; Mary, 

144; Sir Stephen, 184, 185; Thomas, 

144. 
Francis, Anthony, 15 ; Margaret, 15. 
Franck, Francke, Elizabeth, 151 ; Jane, 

31 ; John, 151 ; Rev. — , 31. 
Freeman, Mary, n; William, n. 
Freke, Arundell, 128 ; John, 128. 
Frisby, Elizabeth, loi ; Thomas, 101. 
Frowick, Elizabeth, 54 ; Henry, 54. 
Frye, Anne, 168 ; Edward, 168. 
Full, Grace, 128; John, 128. 
Furye, Elizabeth, n9 ; Jane, 119; 

Peregrine, ng. 



Gadderer, Amy, 42. 

Galloway, John, Earl of, 185. 

Galway, WilHam, Viscount, 91. 

Gane, Ann, 47 ; Harry, 47. 

Gascoigne, Anne, 56 ; Cotton, 56. 

Gawdy, Dame Anne, 57 ; Sir John, 57. 

Gaye, Elizabeth, 97 ; Peter, 97. 

Gaze, Susanna, 159. 

Geare, Elizabeth, 131 ; Theobald, 131. 

Gell, Anne, 142 ; Catherine, 85 ; Rev. 

George, 85 ; John, 142. 
Gerard, Frances, 63 ; Thomas, Lord, 63. 
Gibbs, Alice, 121. 
Gibson, Andrew, 106 ; Elizabeth, 8 ; 

John, 8 ; Mause, 106. 
Gilbert, Elizabeth, 139; John, 139; 

Joseph, 47 ; Mary, 39 ; Sarah, 47 ; 

Thomas, 39 ; William, 47. 
Gill, Jane, 134; R., 134. 
Glanville, Dewnes, 121; Nicholas, 121. 
Goddard, Agatha, 46 ; Anne, 45 - 47 ; 

Dorothy, 45, 46 ; Edmund, 45 ; Eleanor, 

45 ; Elizabeth, 45-47 ; George, 47 ; 

Henry, 46 ; Jane, 46, 47 ; Joan, 45, 46 ; 

John, 45, 46 ; John Harvey, 47 ; Mary, 

45-47 ; Maurice, 46 ; Sarah, 46, 47 ; 

Su.sannah, 46 ; Thomas, 45, 46 ; Walter, 

45, 46; William, 46, 47. 
Godfrey, Margaret, 9. 
Godschalk, Abigail, 182 ; Anna, 182 ; 

Joas, 182 ; John, 182. 
Gonnell, Susanna, 16. 
Gooch, Matilda, 62 ; Sir Thomas, Bt. , 62. 
Goodenough, Sarah, 47 ; Stephen, 47. 
Goodwin, Alexander, 163 ; Katherine, 163. 



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Gordon, Catlierine, 69 ; George, 69. 
Gore, Percy, 114; Colonel Ralph, 114. 
Gorges, Dame Mary, 78 ; Sir Robert, 

78. 
Gosling, Charlotte, 62 ; Hon'''^ Charlotte, 

91 ; Margaret Elizabeth, 62, 91 ; William, 

62, 91. 
Gough, Barbara, 105 ; Sir Henry, Bt., 

105. 
GouUer, Charity, 175 ; Robert, 175. 
Gourlay, Gilbert, 108; Janet, 108. 
Gourroud, Parnell, 9. 
Gover, Joan, 16. 

Grafton, Anne, 140 ; Roger, 140. 
Grandger, Lancelot, 26. 
Gravenor, Martha, loi. 
Gray, Margaret, 107, III; Sir William, 

107, III. 
Greathed, Anne, 104 ; John, 104. 
Greaves, Anne, 145 ; Joseph, 145. 
Green, Anne, 32 ; Edward, 152 ; Elizabeth, 

152; Jane, 165 ; John, 165. 
Greenwell, George, 30 ; Mary, 30. 
Gregory, John, 164; Mary, 164. 
Grellier, Ann, 52 ; Charlotte, 52 ; Frances 

Cooper, 52 ; Gabriel, $2 ; George, 52 ; 

Harley Mair, 52 ; Henriette, 52 ; 

Jeanne, 52 ; John James, 52 ; Magdalen 

Giles, 52 ; Marie Anne, 52 ; Mary, 52 ; 

Peter Paul, 52 ; Rachel Henriette, 52 ; 

William Henry, 52. 
Gresley, Charles, 97 ; Joan, 97 ; Sir John, 

74 ; Thomasine, 74- 
Grieve, Elizabeth, 186 ; John Wallis, 186. 
GritBth, Elizabeth, 165 ; Michael, 165. 
Grose, Elizabeth, 183 ; Ezekiel, 183. 
Grylls, Anne, 134 ; Charles, 134. 
Grymes, Mary, 125. 
Gunnell, Charlotte, 137. 
Guybon, Dame Barbara, 56 ; Sir Thomas, 

56. 



Hacker, Anne, 22 ; Thomas, 22. 

Haddon, Alice, 29 ; John, 29. 

Hale, Margaret, 91. 

Halford, Dame Judith, 140 ; Sir William, 

Bt., 140. 
Hall, Sabina, 81. 
Halloway, see Holloway. 
Hallowes, Frances, 144 ; Samuel, 144. 
Hamer, Mary, 7 ; Samuel Hallowes, 7. 
Hamilton, George, 137 ; Margaret, Lady 

Bargany, 109 ; Mary, Lady Bargany, 

109 ; William, Lord Bargany, 109 ; 

Mary Anne, 137. 
Hammond, Anne Eliza, 179; Rev. 

Anthony Egerton, 179; Charles William, 

51; Charlotte, 179; Emily 51; Mary, 

92 ; Nicholas, 92. 
Hampden, Christopher, 76 ; Elizabeth, 76. 
Hanbury, Eliz.il)eth, Lady Bateman, 186 ; 

Hon"'^ Elizabeth Augusta, 186; William, 

Lord Bateman, 186. 
Handley, Jane, 29 ; Peter, 29. 



Hannington, Elizabeth, 169 ; George, 169. 
Harbin, Elizabeth, 124 ; Isabella, 124; 

John, 124. 
Harborne, John, 40 ; Marj', 40. 
Harcourt, Dame Agnes, 76 ; Dame 

Elizabeth, 76 ; Sir Simon, 76. 
Harding, Anna, 2. 

Hardwick, Honoria, 81 ; Humphrey, 81. 
Hargreaves, Anne, 6 ; Jonathan, 6. 
Harrington, James, 79 ; l\atherine, 79 ; 

Sir Sapcotes, 79. 
Harris, Amelia, 181 ; Charles, 181; Jane, 

133, 184; John, 133; Rev. John, 178, 

iSi; Mary, 178: R., 184. 
Harrison, Catherine, 30; Charlotte, 179, 

181 ; Elizabeth, 31; Jemima Elizabeth, 

180 ; John, 179, 181 ; Rev. Thomas, 180 ; 

William, 30. 
Harthill, Sarah, 85 ; Thomas, 85. 
Hartley, Elizabeth, 89 ; Grace, 89 ; 

Henry, 89. 
Harvey, George, 47 ; Jane, 47. 
Harwood, Anne, 35. 
Hastings, Dame Louisa Elizabeth, 120; 

Admiral Sir Thomas, 120. 
Hawker, Joseph, 172, 173. 
Hawkyn, Hugh, 133 ; Joan, 133. 
Hawtry, Barbara, 57 ; Ralph, 57. 
Hay, Haye, Alice, 35 ; Elizabeth, 40 ; 

Dame Frances, 66 ; Richard, 40 ; Sir 

Thomas, Bt., 66. 
Hayes, Mary, 143 ; Dame Mary, 143 ; 

Sir Thomas, 143. 
Hayman, Elizabeth, 16; Rev. William, 16. 
Hayter, Anne, 168, 169, 171 ; Angelo 

George Kirby, 168170, 172, 173 ; 

Augusta, 171 ; Charles, 167-173; 

Charles Stevenson, 169 ; Elizabeth, 168, 

169, 171 ; Elizabeth Holmes, 168; 
George, 173 ; Sir George, 167, 169, 

170, 172, 173; George Holmes, 169; 
Hannah, 169 ; Dame Helena Cecilia, 
170; Jane, 169; Jane Louisa, 171; 
Jemima, 172; John, 168, 169, 171, 173; 
Katherine, 169 ; Kerenhappuch, 172 ; 
Kezia, 172; Martha, 169-171; Dame 
Martha, 170; Mary, 170, 171; Mary 
IMridge, 170; Richard, 168; Robert, 
171 ; Robert Holmes, 172; Samuel, 
169, 171, 172; Sarah, 168, 169, 171; 
Dame Sarah, 170; Thomas, 169, 171; 
Waller Louis Bazaine, 169. 

Heafield, Mary, 83 ; Thomas, 83. 
Hebert, Jean, 52 ; Marie, 52 ; Marie 

Anne, 52. 
Hedd, Alice, 74 ; Thomas, 74. 
Hedges, Anne, 23 ; William, 23. 
Hele, Elizabeth, 127; Isabel, 127; John, 

123; Penelope, 123; Walter, 127. 
Henneker, Henniker, t;iizabeth, 42 ; 

Margaret, 17 ; Robert, 17 ; William, 

42. 
Henson, Ann, 175 ; John, 175. 
Herbert, Anne, n8 ; Thomas, 118. 
Herd, Edmund, 151 ; Elizabeth, 151. 



196 



Heriot, Alison, 107 ; George, 107. 
Hervey, Lady Dorothea Arabella, 113; 

William, 113. 
Hesketh, -, 68. 
Hethe, Francis, 54 ; Grace, 54 ; Margaret, 

54- 
Hewitt, Rebecca, 14. 
Hewlett, Admonition, 130; John Valentine, 

130. 
Heydon, Sir Christopher, 55 ; Dame 

Temperance, 55. 
Hibbard, Elizabeth, 5 ; Mercy, 5. 
Hichens, Henry, 131; Mary, 131. 
Hickes, Mary, i. 
Hill, Alice Constance, 120; Arthur, 120; 

Colonel Arthur Charles, 120; Caroline, 

120; Caroline Elizabeth, 120; Emma, 

120; Francis, 73; Lucy, 73, 119; Mary, 

120; Sir Moyses, 143; Penelope, 143; 

Thomas, 1 19; j^^ Lowe. 
Hill- Lowe, Arthur Hill Ommanney Peter, 

119. 
Hockmore, Anne, 125 ; Gregory, 125. 
Hodgson, Chary, 116; Elizabeth, 156; 

Isabel, 116; John, 156. 
Holderness, Mary, Countess of, 69 ; 

Robert, Earl of, 69. 
Holford, Allen, 8 ; Anna Maria, 8 ; 

Margaret, 8. 
Hollins, Phoebe, 145 j William, 145. 
HoUoway, Halloway, Ehzabeth, 23 ; 

Gamaliel, 23 ; John, 26 ; Richard, 26. 
Holmes, Lady Charlotte, 112 ; Elizabeth, 

168 ; George, 168 ; James, 164 ; Mary, 

164; Sarah, 168; Thomas, 112. 
Holt, Holte, Isabella, 64 ; Mary, 65 ; 

Robert, 65. 
Home, George, 108 ; Margaret, 108. 
Hope, Elizabeth, 21; John Minter, 138; 

Richard, 20, 21 ; Sarah, 20, 138. 
Hopegood, Emma Charlotte, 158; Francis 

Vere, 158 ; Helen Marion, 158; William 

Vere, 158. 
Hopkins, Anne Elizabeth, 4 ; Horatio, 

118 ; Margaret, 118. 
Hopton, Sir Ralph, 59. 
Hornaman, Christian, 124. 
Home, Anne, 79 ; Elizabeth, 74 ; James, 

74 ; Robert, Bishop of Winchester, 79. 
Hoste, Rev. Dixon, 49 ; Colonel Sir 

George Cliarles, 48 ; jane Sarah, 49 ; 

Margaret, 49 ; Dame Mary, 48 ; Sir 

William, Bt., 49. 
Houghton, William, 124 ; Wilmot, 124. 
Hovenden, Amy, 42; Catherine, 41; 

Christian, 41; Elizabeth, 41, 42; 

Hannah, 41; Jane, 42; John, 41, 42; 

Joseph, 41, 42 ; Lydia, 42 ; Martha, 41 ; 

Mary, 41 ; Rebecca, 42; Richard, 42; 

Robert, 42 ; Sarah, 41, 42 ; Thomas, 

41 ; WiUiam, 41. 
Howard, Amy, 44 ; Brittania, 37 ; Charles, 

71 ; Charlotte, Countess of Effingham, 

112; Elizabeth, 37; Frances, Countess 

of Carlisle, 67 ; Henry, Earl of Carlisle, 



67 ; Isabella, Countess of Carlisle, 67 ; 
James, 44; General Sir Kenneth Alex- 
ander, Earl of Effingham, 112; Mary, 
112; Mary Anne, 71; Matthew, 37; 
Lieut. -General Thomas, 112. 

Howes, Joseph, 159 ; Susanna, 159. 

Howland, Jcffcry, 37 ; Susanna, 37. 

Hoyle, Mary, loi ; Thomas, loi. 

Huggett, Elizabeth, 99 ; William Ham- 
mond, 99. 

Huggins, Elizabeth, 42. 

Humphreys, Colonel Isaac, 73 ; Mary 
Anne Catharine, 73. 

Hunt, Anne, 36, 47 ; John, 36, 47. 

Huntly, Julian, 151 ; Matthew, 27 ; 
William, I5t. 

Hurt, Elizabeth, 87 ; Ellen, I42 ; Francis, 
86, 87 ; Mary, 86. 

Husk, Anne, 92. 

Hutchinson, Uame Katharine, 66 ; Dame 
Margaret, 66; Mary 166; Sir Thomas, 
66. 

Hyde, George, 170; Helena Cecilia, 170. 

Hyder, Sarah, 42. 

Hyer, George, 147 ; Joan, 147 ; Mary, 
147. 

Hyndle, Christabel, 89. 



I'Anson, Henry, gS ; Margaret, 98. 
Inglis, Sir Adam, Bt., 113; Dame 

Dorothea, 113. 
Irby, Albinia, Lady Boston, 61; Alice, 

59 ; Sir Anthony, 59 ; Hon'''" Augusta 

Georgiana Elizabeth, 61 ; William, Lord 

Boston, 6l. 
Isham, Sir John, 58 ; Susan, 58. 



Jackaman, Sarah Anne, 32; Simon Batley, 

32- 
Jackman, Mary, 128 ; William, 128. 
Jackson, Samuel, 148 ; Sarah, 148. 
James, Elizabeth, 72, 178; Joseph, 72; 

Maria, 72; Mary, 178; Robert, 178. 
Jay, Sarah, 161 ; William, 161. 
Jeffreys, Anne, 120; Elizabeth, 78; Henry 

Vaughan, 120; John, 78; Rev. John, 

78. 
Jenkins, Jane Crawford, 69 ; John, 69 ; 

L., 88. 
Jenkinson, Katherine, 117. 
Jenner, Mary, 25 ; Robert, 25. 
Jermy, Alice, 59 ; Elizabeth, 56 ; Francis, 

59 ; John, 56. 
Jernegan, Mary, 57. 
Jesson, Anne, 31; Thomas, 31. 
Johnson, Catherine, 104; Cornelius, 151; 

Hodgson, 104; Joan, 151. 
JoUiffe, Anne, 150; Benjamin, 117 ; John, 

117, 150; Mary, 117; Rebecca, 117, 

150. 
Joncheer, Anna, 182. 
Jones, Juliet, 33 ; Mary, 14. 
Joy, Dorothy, 45 ; Mary, 45 ; William, 45. 



197 



Keith, Elizabeth, 107, in; Hon"" Sir 
James, 107, III ; Hon'''* Margaret, I07. 

Kekewich, Alice, 122; Blanche, 125; 
Edward, 132 ; Elizabeth, 132 ; George, 
122; Jane, 125, 132; Mary, 122; 
William, 125. 

Kempe, Agnes, 58 ; Edward, 58 ; Elizabeth, 
57 ; Mary, 58 ; Robert, 57. 

Kennet, Ann, loi. 

Kettle, Grace, 76 ; William, 76. 

Keymer, Elizabeth, 97 ; WiUiam, 97. 

ICidderminster, Ann, 76 ; Edward, 76. 

Kilmorey, Robert, Viscount, 63. 

King, Francis, 90 ; Margaret, 90. 

King-Noel, Augusta Ada, Countess of 
Lovelace, 69 ; Jane Crawford, Countess 
of Lovelace, 69 ; William, Earl of 
Lovelace, 69. 

Kingston, Caroline, 94 ; John, 94. 

Kinloch, Sir David, Bt., 92; Harriet, 92; 
Dame Harriet, 92. 

Kirkham, Lionel, 28. 

Klier, Wilhelmina, 137. 

Knapp, Francis, 23,27; Jo., 27; Katherine, 
23 ; Mary, 23, 27. 

Knight, Anne, 163, 164 ; Betsy, 164 ; 
Catherine, 163 ; Charles, 164 ; Edward, 
164 ; Elizabeth, 163 ; Henry, 164 ; Ida 
Hester, 163 ; John, 163 ; Joseph, 163, 
164 ; Judith, 163, 164; Katharine, 163 ; 
Maria, 164; Marian, 164; Mary, 163, 
164; Richard, 163, 164; Samuel, 163, 
164 ; Sarah, 168 ; Thomas, 163, 164 ; 
William, 164. 



Lacy, Edmund, Bishop of Exeter, 121; 
John, 37 ; Susanna, 37. 

Ladds, Alice, 175, 176; Anne, 175-177; 
Annis, 175; Bridget, 176; Charity, 
175; Ellen, 176; Elizabeth, 175, 176; 
Frances, 177 ; Francis, 174-177 ; Grace, 
176; Henry, 174, 177; Henson, 177; 
John, 174; John Henson, 177; 
Katherine, 174, 176; Lydda, 177; 
Martha, 175, 177; Martin, 177; Mary, 
174-177; Michael, 175 ; Rebecca, 176; 
Richard, 175; Sarah, 175; Susanna, 
175; Thomas, 174-176; William, 174- 

177- 

Lakynhethe, Sir John, 53. 

Lambert, Abraham, 151; Alice, 152, 153; 
Anne, 151, 152, 155; Anne Maud, 
158; Beatrice, 151; Beatrix, 151, 158; 
Catharine, 151, 152; Sir Charles, 64; 
Christiana Fox, 157; Daniel, 153-155, 
157 ; Sir Daniel, 156 ; Daniel Henry, 
157 ; Dionysia, 151 ; Edith, 158 ; 
Edward, 152-157; Elizabeth, 131, 151- 
'53i '55' 'S^; Bnien, 151; Emma, 
157; Emma Charlotte, 158; Harriet 
Melville, 15S ; Helen Marion, 158; 
Henrietta, 157, 158 ; Henry Charles 
Miller, 156, 157; Jane, 151, 152; 
JefTery, 151 ; Joan, 151 ; John, 151-158 ; 



John Wilmot, 158 ; Judith, 153, 154. 

156; Julian, 151 ; Katharine, 153, 157; 

Marianne, 157; Martha, 155; Mary, 

154-157; Dame Mary, 156; Nicholas, 

153, 156 ; Penelope, 156; Richard, 131; 

Robert, 153; Roger, 151, 153; Ruth, 

152; Sarah, 153, 154; Sophia, 64; 

Thomas, 151, 154, 155, 157, 158; 

W'illiam, 151, 153; Wilmot, 155. 
Lane, James, 88. 
Langer, Hannah, 169. 
Langton, John Walter, 166 ; Sarah, 166. 
Lanie, Marger)', 115; Robert, 115. 
Lawrence, Margaret, 147 ; Simon, 147. 
Laws, Elizabeth, 46. 
Lawson, Catharine, 106 ; l^chard, 106. 
Layton, Michael, 175; Susanna, 175. 
Lear, Admonition, 129 ; Thomas, 129. 
Legge, Maria Bourget, 96. 
Leicester, Thomas William, Earl of, 1 14. 
Leigh, Anne, 97 ; Augusta Mary, 69 ; 

General Charles, 70 ; Ehzabeth, 96, 97 ; 

Frances, 70 ; Lieut. -Colonel George, 

69 ; Joan, 97 ; John, 97 ; Margaret, 96 ; 

Maria Bourget, 96 ; Mary, 96 ; Rebecca, 

96, 97 ; Robert, 96 ; Sacheverell, 96 ; 

Susanna, 97 ; Thomas, 97 ; William, 96. 
Lennard, Anne, 76 ; John, 76. 
Lettin, John, 37 ; Susanna, 37. 
Levett, Elton, 71; Frances, 71. 
Lewin, Ellen, 151. 
Lightfoot, Ann, 160 ; John, 160. 
Lindley, Alexander, to8 ; Sir David, 107 ; 

Jean, 108 ; Margaret, 107 ; Mary Anne, 

136; Robert, 136. 
Lindsay, Alexander, loS ; Sir David, 107 ; 

Jean, 108 ; Margaret, 107. 
Littleton, Eleanor, 136; Nicholas, 136; 

Thomazine, 136. 
Livesley, Elizabeth, 93. 
Loftie, Rev. John, 72 ; Julia, 72. 
Loggin, Mary, 26 ; Thomas, 27 ; Rev. 

William, 26. 
Long, Anthony Frederick, 18 ; Elizabeth, 

38 ; Jane, 18 ; Mary, I ; Philippa, 38 ; 

Robert, I ; Walter, 38. 
Longworth, Emma, 120; Rev. Thomas 

James, 120. 
Lonsdale, Anne, 104 ; Christopher, 104. 
Lord, William, 27. 
Lorkin, Elizabeth, 9. 
Lott, — , 18. 
Lovelace, Augusta Ada, Countess of, 69 ; 

Jane Crawford, Countess of, 69 ; 

Martha, 65 ; Richard, Lord, 65 ; 

William, Earl of, 69. 
Lovell, Ann, 56 ; Dame Elizabeth, 56 ; 

Sir Thomas, 56. 
Lowe, Agnes, 115; Alice, 117; Anne, 

118, 120; Admiral Arthur, 130; 

Catherine, I20 ; Ehzabeth, 117 -119; 

Ellen Lucy, 119; Emma, 119; 

Florence, 130; Frances, 118, 120; 

Francis, 118; Harriet, 119; Humphrey, 

II5-118; Isabel, 116, 119; Joan, 115, 



198 



Il8; John, 115; Katharina, 130 ; 
Katherine, 1 15, 117, iiS; Louisa 
Elizalielli, 120 ; Lucy, 119; Margaret, 
115, 118, 120; MargL-ry, 115, 116, I18; 
Mary, 117, iiS ; Michael, 115, 116 ; Noel 
Herbert Strode, 119 ; Rebecca, 117, 118 ; 
Richard, n8; Sarah, 118; Thomas, 
115, 117, 118; Rev. Thomas, 119; 
Thomas Arthur Hill, 119; Thomas 
Humphrey, 119; Very Rev. Thomas 
Hill Peregrine Furyc, 119, 130; William, 
1 18; see Hill and Hill-Lowe. 

Lower, Loer, 132 ; William, 132. 

Lucas, Uauie Anne, 68 ; Sir Thomas, 68. 

Luck, Klizaheth, 178. 

Ludlow, Sarah Whiluck, 4. 

Lum, Mary, 52 ; Robert, 52. 

Luscombe, Agnes, 132 ; Henry, 132. 

Lush, Ann, 4. 

Lultrell, Margaret, 122; Thomas, 122. 

Lyon, Frances, 95 ; Rev. James Radcliffe, 
95- 



Macham, Agatha, 45 ; Anne, 45 ; John, 

45- 
Mack, Elizabeth, 161 ; Hannah, 160, 161 ; 

John, 162; Mary, 162; Thomas, 160, 

161. 
Macmoran, Elizabeth, 108 ; George, loS. 
Maddo.K, Mary, 84. 
Maes, Antoine, 183 ; Johanna, 183. 
Mallack, Elizabeth, 124; Richard, 124. 
Mallett, Joseph, 2 ; Sarah, 2. 
Malyn, Margaret, 144. 
Man, Mann, Barbara, 128; James, 176, 

177; Mary, 176, 177; Sarah, 176. 
Mannering, Anne, 99 ; Thomas, 99. 
Manning, Christian, 54 ; John, 54 ; 

Randall, 147 ; Sarah, 147. 
Margetts, Charles, 51 ; Mary Anne, 

SI- 
Marsden, Elizabeth, 90 : Rev. Thomas, 

90. 
Marsh, Robert, 50 ; Sarah Nasmyth, 

SO. 
Marshall, Agnes, 22 ; Alice, 22 ; Anne, 

22, 23, 27, 97 ; Dorothy, 23, 24 ; 
Edmund, 22 ; Rev. Edward, 24 ; 
Edward Ralph, 28 ; Eleanor, 24 ; 
Elizabeth, 23, 26, 27 ; Esther, 25 ; 
Rev. Francis, 26 ; Gamaliel, 24, 26, 
27 ; Henry, 22 ; Hester, 24 ; John, 
22-24, 28, 36 ; Joyce, 36 ; Julian, 22 ; 
Margaret, 22 ; Martha, 23, 27 ; Mary, 

23, 24, 26-28 : Nicholas, 23, 24, 26-28 ; 
Priscilla, 25 ; Ralph, 22, 26, 27 ; 
Stephen, 23-25, 27, 2S ; Walter Long, 
26 ; William, 22, 97. 

Marshall -Hacker, Rev. Edward, 25 ; 

Mary Anne, 25 ; Rev. Nicholas, 25. 
Marsham, Edward, 57 ; Elizabeth, 57. 
Martin, Ann, 177. 
Martyn, Elizabeth, 125 ; Mary, 125 ; 

Nicholas, 125. 



Mason, Agnes, 34 ; Alexander, 34 ; Alice, 

31 ; Anne, 31, 32 ; Anne .Maria, 32, 33; 
Bryan, 31 ; Caroline, 33 ; Elizabeth, 
3', 33. 34 ; Ellen, 33 ; Emily Rose, 34 ; 
George, 34; Goodith, 31; Jane, 31, 

32 ; John, 31-33 ; Juliet, 33 ; Lucy, 31 ; 
Margaret, 32, 33 ; Martha, 32 ; Mary, 
31-33, 144; Richard, 31, 144; Richard 
Denton, 34 ; Robert, 34 ; Sarah, 32 ; 
Sarah Anne, 32 ; Susan, 34 ; Susanna, 
32; Thomas, 31, 32; Rev. Thomas, 
33 ; Admiral Thoinas Henry, 33 j 
William, 31, 32. 

Masters, Jane, 42 ; Mary, 49 ; Rev. 

Rt)bert, 49. 
Matts, Alice, 23 ; Edmund, 23, 27 ; 

Martha, 23, 27. 
Mawdsley, Elizabeth, 89. 
Mawson, Richard, 88. 
Maynard, Elizabeth, 125; Sir John, 183; 

Joseph, 125 ; Dame Katherine, 183. 
Mayo, Ehzabeth, 17 ; William, 17. 
Meadows, Elizabeth, 10. 
Mede, Charnel, 144 ; Judith, 144. 
Medlycott, Mary Hutchings, 130 ; Dame 
Sarah Jeffery, 130; Sir William Coles, 
Bt., 130. 
Mee, Elizabeth, 168 ; John, 168. 
Mellor, Phoebe, 145. 
Mercer, Sir James, 108; Nicholas, 108. 
Methuen, Matilda, 62 ; Paul, Lord, 62 ; 

Paul Cobb, 62. 
Meynell, Anne, 142 ; Hugo, 142. 
Michell, Margaret, 96. 
Middleton, Rev. Bartholomew, 137 ; Eliza 

Frances, 137. 
Millianke, Anne Isabella, Lady Went- 
worth, 69 ; Hon"": Judith, 69 ; Sir 
Ralph, Bt., 69. 
Mildmay, Dame Harriet, 1 14 ; Sir Henry 

St. fohn Carew St. John, Bt., 114. 
Mill, Dorothy, 46. 
Miller, Elizabeth, 21; Martha, 170; 

Sibylla, 106 ; William, 170. 
Milliton, Agnes, 121 ; John, 121. 
Milner, Ehzabeth, 85. 
Milton, John, 170; Sarah, 170. 
Milward, Frances, 143 ; Humphrey, 143 ; 

Colonel John, 143 ; Mary, 143. 
Minifie, John, 4 ; .Sarah, 4. 
Mitchell, Anne, 100 ; John, 100 ; Mary, 6. 
Molyneux, Anne, 63 ; Dame Frances, 63 ; 

Sir Richard, Bt., 63. 
Monckton, Hon'^'« Elizabeth, 91 ; William, 

Viscount Galway, 91. 
Monk, Martha, 138 ; William, 138. 
Monteilh, Agnes, 107 ; Alexander, 107. 
Montgomerie, Hugh, 109 ; Hugh, Earl 
of Eglinton, no ; Jean, 109 ; Lady 
Margaret, no. 
Moor, Elizabeth, 135 ; Lionel, 135. 
Moore, Rev. Augustus William George, 
158 ; Catherine, 85, 86 ; Charles, 83-85, 
87, S8 ; Rev. Charles, 85 ; Cicelv, 83 ; 
D.iuiel, 87: Edith, 158; Elizabeth, 



199 



84-87, 136 ; George, 83 - 87 ; Joan, 

86 ; John, 84, 87 ; Rev. John, 86 ; Sir 

John, 84, 88; John Percy, 136; 

Jonathan, 87 ; Margaret, 84 ; Mary, 83, 

84, 86 ; Dame Mary, 84 ; Mar}' Anne, 

86 ; Rebecca, 83 ; Ruth, 83 ; Sarah, 

83-85 ; Susan, 87 ; Thomas, S3, 85, 87 ; 

Rev. Tlioma-s, 85 ; WiUiam, 87. 
Morgan, Elizabeth, 46, 144; Thomas, 46, 

144. 
Morley, Elizabeth, 75 ; Robert, 75. 
Moseley, Sophia, 64. 
Mould, Elizabeth, 84 ; John, 84 ; Joseph, 

83 ; Mary, 83, 84 ; Rebecca, 83 ; Rev. 

Thomas, 83. 
Moyer, Benjamin, 148 ; Frances, 148 ; 

Lawrence, 148, 150 ; Martha, 148, 

150. 
Moys, Anne, 152 ; Catharine, 152 ; Philip, 

152. 
Moyse, Margaret, 10 ; Robert, 10. 
Murray, John, 107 ; Mary, 107. 
Muschamp, Anne, 75 ; William, 75. 
Musgrave, Dame Isabella, 67 ; Sir William, 

Bt., 67 ; — , 96. 
Mutton, Edward, 123 ; Mary, 123. 
Myddelton, Elizabeth, 186 ; Euphemia, 

186 ; Richard, 186. 
Mydhop, Elizabeth, 133; Samuel, 133. 
Mynne, Elizabeth, 55 ; Nicholas, 55. 



Nash, Amy, 44 ; John Lucas, 44. 

Need, Elizabeth, 8 ; Hepzibah, 8 ; Samuel, 
8 ; Susannah, 8. 

Needham, Eleanor, 63 ; Robert, Viscount 
Kilmorey, 63. 

Negus, Christabel, 48 ; Henry, 48 ; Mary, 
48. 

Nevile, Ann, 76 ; Gilbert, 76. 

Newborough, Katherine, 122 ; Rev. Walter, 
122. 

Newes, Catherine, 41 ; John, 41. 

Newman, Charlotte, 137 ; Charlotte 
Gunnell, 138 ; Dudley, 138 ; Eliza 
Frances, 137 ; Grace, 137, 138 ; Harriet, 
138; Henry, 138; John, 137; Martha, 
137, 138; -Mary, 137, 138 ; Mary Anne, 
137, 138 ; Robert Finch, 138 ; Sarah, 
138; Samuel, 138 ; Wilhelmina, 137; 
William, 137. 

Newnham, Mar)', 41 ; Melior, 121 ; Simon, 
121. 

Niblett, Sarah, 2. 

Nielder, Joan, 133 ; Robert, 133. 

Nightingale, Joan, 115; John, 1 15. 

Nightingall, Nitingall, Dame Florentia 
Elizabeth, 82 ; Francis, 45 ; Mary, 45 ; 
Lieut. -General Sir Miles, 82. 

Nipred, Dorothy, 45 ; Joan, 45 ; Thomas, 

45- 
Noble, Edward, 116; Lsabel, 116; 

Michael, 116. 
Noel, Anne Isabella, Lady Byron, 69 ; 

Augusta Ada, 69 ; Edward, Viscount 



Campden, 65 ; Edward, Viscount Went- 
worth, 69 ; Hon'''" Elizabeth, 65 ; George 
Gordon, Lord Byron, 69 ; Hon'''' Judith, 
69 ; Maria, 142 ; Very Rev. Rowney, 
142 ; see Byron. 

Norfolk, Henry, Duke of, 88 ; Henry 
Charles, Duke of, 172. 

Norgate, Ehzabeth, 49 ; Thomas, 49. 

North, Hon'''= Brownlow, Bishop of 
Winchester, 62 ; Elizabeth Brownlow, 
62 ; Francis, Earl of Guilford, 62 ; 
Hon'''' Henrietta .Maria, 62. 

Northampton, Elizabeth, Countess of, 184; 
George, Earl of, 184, 185 ; Jane, 
Countess of, 184, 185. 

Northcote, Jane, 126; Richard, 126. 

Northwick, Elizabeth Augusta, Lady, 186 ; 
Sir George, Lord, 186; Sir John, Lord, 
185 ; Rebecca, Lady, 185 ; sen Rushout. 

Norton, Daniel, 16 ; Elizabeth, 16 ; 
Stephen, 16. 

Nouaille, Anne, 39 ; Peter, 39. 

Nunn, Rachel, 14. 

Nutt, John, 7 ; Sarah, 7. 

Nuttall, John, 90 : Margaret, 90. 



Oakley, Esther, 25 ; Rev. Thomas, 25. 

Ommaney, Admiral Sir John Acworth, 
1 30 ; ICatharina, 1 30. 

Orde, J., 145: Penelope, 145. 

Ornsby, George, 30 ; .Margaret, 30. 

Orpin, John, 41 ; Martha, 41. 

Osborne. Amelia, Marchioness of Car- 
marthen, 69 ; Frances, 177 ; Francis, 
Marquess of Carmarthen, 69 ; George, 

177- 

Owen, Sarah, 72. 



Page, Agnes, 58 ; Rev. Charles, 28. 
Palgrave, Dame Anne, 56 ; Dame 

Elizabeth, 56; Sir John, Bt., 56. 
Palmer, Alice, 183 ; Edward, 1S3. 
Pardoe, Elen, 119; Ellen Lucy, 119; 

George, 1 19. 
Paris, Elizabeth, 56 ; Sir Philip, 56. 
Parish, Frances, 162 ; Rev. Henry, 162 ; 

Sarah, 162. 
Parker, Charlotte Augusta, 71; Vice- 

Admiral Christopher, 71; Admiral Sir 

Peter, Bt., 71 ; Sarah, 7: William, 7. 
Parkyn, Margaret, 131 ; William, 131. 
Parslow, Mary, i ; Sarah, I ; Stephen, i. 
Parsons, Margaret, 10 ; Richard, 10. 
Partridge, Rev. B., 136; Martha, 16; 

Mary, 136; Synion, 16. 
Pascoe, Elizabeth, 132 ; John, 132. 
Paton, Colonel John, 94; Susan Emily, 

94- 
Patrick, Elizabeth, 178; Matthew IIow- 

hmd, 178. 
Patten, James, 14 : Mary, 14. 
Paul, Mary, 170 ; William, 170. 
Payne, Agnes, 22 ; Martin, 22. 



200, 



Pearson, Hannah, 7 ; John, 7. 

Pelham, Sir John, 53 ; Dame Joan, 53 ; 

Dame Margaret, 53. 
Pennells, Kills, 121 ; Joan, 121. 
Pennlcel, Beatrice, 151. 
Penruddocke, Arundell, 128 ; Colonel 

John, 128 ; Mary, 128. 
Perrie, John, 95 ; Mary, 95. 
Pert, Isabella, 124 ; William, 124. 
Peters, George, 26. 
Petitt, Florence, 74 ; Nicholas, 74. 
Pett, Alison, 106. 
Pettus, Mary, 178; Rolfe, 178. 
Phibbs, Katharine, 157 ; William Henry, 

157- 

Philips, Lieut. -General Sir Charles, 129 ; 
Harriet, 129; Rear-Admiral James 
Robert, 136 ; Mary, 136. 

Philipson, John, 146 ; Susanna, 146. 

Philpott, Margaret, 120; Rev. Other, 120. 

Phipps, Anne, 78, 81 ; George, 78, 81. 

Pick, John 4 ; Keziah, 4. 

Pierson, Anne, 57 ; George, 57. 

Pierus, Jane, 152; Urbanus, 152. 

Pike, Elizabeth, 165. 

Pilbrough, John, 11; Martha, II. 

Pitt, Alice, 183 ; Edmund, 183. 

Platts, Joseph, 6 ; Sarah, 6. 

Player, Amy, 44 ; Anne, 44 ; Charles, 43 ; 
Elizabeth, 43-44 ; Frances, 43 ; John, 
43, 44; Joseph, 44; Sarah, 43; 
Stephen, 43 ; Susannah, 44 ; Thomas, 
44 ; William, 43, 44 ; Wright, 44. 

Pole, Anne, 92 ; Charles, 92 ; Katherine, 
121 ; Sir William, 121. 

Pollard, Elizabeth, 126; Sir Lewis, 126. 

PoUexfen, Agnes, 124 ; Thomas, 124. 

Pope, Anna, 2 ; Nathaniel, 2 ; Thomas, 
Earl of Downe, 26. 

Porten, James, 79; Mary, 79. 

Porter, Agnes, 132 ; Anne, 134 ; Arthur, 
133-135; Dorothy, 132, 134; Eleanor, 
136; Elizabeth, 131-136; Erisey, 135, 
136; Rev. Erisey, 134; Grace, 135; 
James, 142; Jane, 132-135; Jane 
Margaret, 136; Joan, 131-134; John, 
131, 132, 133, 136 ; Julian, 133 ; Loer, 
132; Loveday, 134-136; Margaret, 131, 
I34> 135! Margery, 142; Martha, 136; 
Mary, 131-136 ; Mary Anne, 136; Mary 
Skinner, 136 ; Peter, 134, 135 ; Phila- 
delphia, 135; Philip, 131, 136; Philip 
Erisey Blackburn, 136; Richard, 131- 
136; Roger, 132, 134; Samuel, 135, 
136; Thomas, 134; Thomasine, 131, 
13s; William, 131-13S; Wilmot, 133. 

Portland, Anne, Countess of, 66 ; William, 
Earl of, 66. 

Povey, Susanna, 64. 

Pratt, Elizabeth, 160, 161 ; Robert, 160, 
l6l. 

Prest, Mary, 125 ; Thomas, 125. 

Preston, Dame Jane, 50 ; Pleasance, 50 ; 
Sir Thomas Hulton, Bt., 50. 

Prestwood, Mary, 125 ; Thomas, 125. 



Primrose, Agnes, 107 ; Alexander, 109 ; 
Alison, 106, 107, 109; Anne, 112; 
Anne, Viscountess, no ; Anne Margaret, 
Countess of Rosebery, 1 14 ; Archibald, 
100, 109; Sir Archibald, Bt., 113; Sir 
Archibald, Bt. (Lord Carrington), 107, 
III ; Archibald, Earl of Roselicry, 11 1 ; 
Archibald, Vi.scount, 1 10 ; Archibald, 
Lord Dalmeny, in; Archibald John, 
Earl of Rosebery, 114; Catharine, 106, 
107; Lady Charlotte, 112; Christian, I08, 
109; David, 106; Lady Dorothea, 113; 
Lady Dorothea Araliella, 113; Dorothea, 
Countess of Rosebery, III; Duncan, 
106; Eleanor, Viscountess, no; Eliza- 
beth, loS, no, 112; Dame Elizabeth, 

107, 108, in ; Everingham, in; 
P^upheme, 107, 109 ; Francis, 1 10 ; 
Hon''''' Francis Ward, 114; George, 
113; Gilbert, 106, 107; Major-General 
Gilbert, 109; Grisel, 108, in; (irissella, 
112; Harriet, Countess of Rosebery, 114; 
Helen, 106; Henry, 106, 112: Lady 
Hester Amelia, 114; Hugh, Viscount, 
no; James, 106, 108, in; James, Earl 
of Rosebery, in; James, Viscount, no ; 
Sir James, 108; Janet, 106, 108; Jean, 
109; Hon'''* John, 112; John, Lord 
Dalmeny, in ; Katharine, 106-108 ; 
Magdalene, 108 ; Margaret, 106, 107, 
loS, no, 113; Dame Margaret, 107, 
in; Lady Margaret, 113; Marion, 
109; Mary, 109, in ; Lady Mary, 113; 
Mary, Countess of Rosebery, in, 112; 
Dame Mary, 109, 113; Mause, 106; 
Neil, Earl of Rosebery, 112; Nicholas, 

108, 109; Hon'''" Percy, 114; Peter, 
109: Richard, III; Robert, 107; 
Sibylla, 106, lo8 ; Susan, Countess of 
Rosebery, 112 ; Susanna, 109 ; Thomas, 
109; William, 106, no; Sir William, 
Bt. , 109 ; see Dalmeny, Foulis, and 
Rosebery. 

Proctor, Augusta Susanna, 49; Lieut. - 
General Henry Adolphus, 49 ; Jane, 
49 ; Samuel, 49. 

Pryce, Martha, 137 ; Stafford, 137. 

Pulman, J., 173. 

Pye, Elizabeth, 42. 

Pynchbeck, Joan, 53 ; Thomas, 53. 

Pyott, -Anne, 78; John, 78. 

Pytts, Catherine, 184; Samuel, 184. 



Rainey, Elizabeth, 79. 

Ralph, Elizabeth, 13; Mary, 11, 13; 

Thomas, n, 13. 
Randall, Randell, Anne, 48 ; Elizabeth, 

165 ; John, 165 ; Martha, 160 ; Mary, 

162 ; Susan, 112 ; Thomas 48; WiUiam, 

112. 
Ranelagh, Arthur, Lord, 67 ; Catherine, 

Lady, 67 ; Selina, Lady, 67. 
Rant, Dame Elizabeth, 58 ; Sir William, 

58. 



Ratcliffe, Dame Alice, 63 ; Sir John, 63. 

Rawling, Sarah, loi. 

Raynes, John, 15; Parnell, 15. 

Rayson, Elizabeth, 95 ; John, 95. 

Redman, John, 181 ; Mary, iSi. 

Reeve, Ann, 39 ; Mary, 39 ; Thomas, 

39- 

Reidoch, Margaret, 106 ; Peter, 106. 

Reynardson, Elizabeth, 38 ; Frances, 38 ; 
Jacob, 38. 

Reyner, John, 127 ; Sarah, 127. 

Reynolds, Dorothy, 56 ; Frances, 80 ; 
James, 56; Rev. Richard, 80; Robert, 
loi ; Sarah, loi. 

Rhodes, John, 6 ; Sarah, 6. 

Rhys, Catherine, 163. 

Richards, Sarah, 3. 

Ricketts, John, I ; Mary, 2 ; Sarah, I. 

RiUe, Elizabeth, 121 ; Richard, 121. 

Rivers, Anne Maria, 32 ; John, 32. 

Roberts, Joan, 1 34 ; John, 134, 179 ; 
Katharine, 35, 40; Sarah, 179 ; Ursula, 
76 ; William, 76. 

Robertson, George, 108 ; Magdalene, lo8. 

Robinson, Isabel, 89 ; James, 89, loi ; 
Margaret, 89 ; Martha, loi. 

Robotham, Agnes, 115. 

Rocke, Francis, 119; Lucy, 119. 

Rogers, Edward, 45 ; Eleanor, 45 ; 
Elizal>eth, 46; Sir Frederick, Bt., 129; 
Harriet, 129 ; John, 163 ; Mary, 163 ; 
William, 46. 

Rolbrow, Sarah, 179. 

Roll, RoUe, Elizabeth, 168 ; Sir John, 126 ; 
Susannah, 126. 

Rolph, Susannah, 44. 

Rookwood, Elizabeth, 57. 

Roope, Joan, 123 ; Matthew, 123. 

Rosebery, Anne Margaret, Countess of, 
114; Archibald, Earl of. III ; Archi- 
bald John, Earl of, 113; Dorothea, 
Countess of, 1 1 1 ; Harriet, Countess of, 
114; James, Earl of. III; Neil, Earl 
of, 112; Mary, Countess of. III, 112; 
Susan, Countess of, 112 ; see Primrose. 

Rossel, Elizabeth, 64 ; Gervase, 64 ; 
Margaret, 64. 

Round, Richard, 21 ; Sarah, 21. 

Rowley, Grace, 76 ; William, 76. 

Rowse, Elizabeth, 125. 

Roydon, Mary, 74 ; Thomas, 74. 

Ruddle, Francis, 99 ; Mary, 99. 

Rudge, Adam, 36; Alice, 35-37; Anne, 35, 
38-40 ; Arthur, 35-40 ; Benjamin, 36 ; 
Rev. Benjamin, 38, 39 ; Bridget, 35 ; 
Dorothy, 36 ; Edward, 35-39 ; Elizabeth, 
36-40 ; Frances, 39 ; George, 40 ; James, 
40; Jane, 35; John, 36, 37, 39, 40; 
Joyce, 36 ; Katharine, 35, 40 ; Margaret, 
3S> 39 ; Margery, 36 ; Martha, 38 ; 
Mary, 35, 36-38, 40; Ralph, 40; 
Rev. Richard, 36 ; Samuel, 39 ; Sarah, 
39 ; .Susanna, 37 ; Tliomas, 35, 39, 40 ; 
William, 35. 
Rudland, Mary, 13; Thomas, 13. 



Rushout, Abigail, 182; Alice, 183; Dame 
Alice, 183 ; Anna, 182 ; Anne, 183, 184, 
186; Lady Anne, 185; Dame Arabella, 

184 ; Baldwin, 182 ; Caroline, 185, 186 ; 
Catherine, 1S2, 1S4 ; EUzabeth, 1S2, 
184, 186 ; Elizabeth Augusta, Lady 
Northwick, 186 ; George, 184, 1S5 ; 
Sir George, Lord Northwick, 185 ; 
Georgiana, 185 ; Harriet, 186 ; Harriot, 

185 ; James, 182; Sir James, Bt., 183, 
184; Jane, 184; Johanna, 183; John, 
182; Sir John, Bt., 185; Sir John, 
Lord Northwick, 185; Joyce, 183; 
Justus, 182; Katherine, 183; Marie, 
183 ; Mary, 182 ; Rebecca, Lady 
Northwick, 185; William, 182-184. 

Rushout-Bowles, Lady Caroline, 185 ; Rev. 

George, 185. 
Russell, John, 180; Mary, 180. 
Rutland, Ann, 138; Dudley, 138; Joshua, 

138. 
Ryley, Anne, 94 ; Henry, 94. 
Ryman, Julian, 22. 
Ryves, Edward, 28. 



Sacheverell, Millicent, 144 ; Sir Ralph, 
' 144- 
Sadler, Bridget, 35 ; John, 35. 
St. John, Dame Elizabeth, 184 ; Dame 
Jane, 184 ; Dame Mary, 184 ; Sir 
Pawlet, Bt., 184. 
Saltmarsh, Mary, 150 ; Rev. William, 150. 
Samson, James, 98 ; Margaret, 98. 
Sanders, John, 96 ; Rebecca, 96 ; Susan, 

96. 
Sandilands, Anna, Lady Torpichen, 108 ; 
Catharine, Lady Torpichen, 108 ; 
Christian, Lady Torpichen, 108 ; Jean, 
Lady Torpichen, 108 ; Walter, Lord 
Torpichen, 108. 
Sandis, Sandys, Alice, 183 ; Ann, 76 ; 
Colonel, 76 ; Edwin, 183 ; Jane Roberts, 
8 ; Margaret, 106 ; Myles, 8. 
Saunders, William, 26, 27. 
Savery, Frances, 122; Robert, 122. 
Scott, Agnes, 107 ; Mary, 109 ; Patrick, 

109. 
Seaman, Robert, 32 ; Susanna, 32. 
Sebright, Edward, 139; Eleanor, 139. 
Selwyn, Albinia, 61 ; Henry, 61. 
Semphill, Francis, Lord, III ; Grisel, 

Lady, III. 
Seymour, Edward, Duke of Somerset, 121 ; 

Lady Elizabeth, 121. 
Shackleton, Alice, 29 ; .Simon, 29. 
Shakerley, Elizabeth, 77 ; George, 77. 
Shardelow, Sir John, 53; Dame Margaret, 

53 ; Sir Thomas, 53. 
Sharp, Sharpe, Clarissa, 82 ; Rev. Isaac, 
181; James, 82; John, 35; Joseph, 
174 ; Mary, 35, 174 ; Susannah, 
181. 
Shaw, Shawe, Anne, 93 ; Charles, 68 ; 
Elizabeth, 68 ; William, 93. 



Shelton, Alice, 117; Barbara, 117; John, 

117 ; Sir Kicliard, 117. 
Slie])lierd, Henry John, 113; Lady Mary, 

"3- 
Slioppard, Anne, 80 ; Elizabeth, 80 ; 

Harrielt, 5 ; Samuel, 80. 
Sherwood, Joan, 86 ; Thomas, 86. 
Shoebridsje, Sarah, 153. 
Short, Mary, 86 ; Samuel, 86. 
Shuttleworth, Elizabeth, 87 ; James, 87. 
Sidney, Anne, 63 ; Sir William, 63. 
Silver, Elizabeth, 171; Stephen, 171. 
Simpson, Elizabeth, 117; John, 154, 155, 

157; Martha, 155; Mary, 154, 157. 
Sinclair, Alexander, Earl of Caithness, 

113 ; Elizabeth, 108 ; Margaret, Countess 

of Caithness, 113 ; Sir Robert, Bt., 108. 
Skeffington, Isabel, 64 ; Thomas, 64. 
Skinner, Ezekiel, 135; Mary, 135. 
Skrymsher, Anne, 141; Catherine, 141; 

Sir Charles, 141 ; Elizabeth, 141 ; 

Gerard, 141; Hester, 141; Dame 

Hester, 141 ; Thomas Boothby, 141; 

see Boothby. 
Slyfield, Alice, 152; Walter, 152. 
Smith, Adam, 89 ; Sir Drummond, Bt., 91 ; 

Elizabeth, 3, 144, 161, 169 ; Dame 

Elizabeth, 91; Gilbert, 9; James, 29; 

Jane, 29 ; Joseph, 144 ; Margaret, Sg ; 

Mary, 91, 100; Philip, 100 ; Sarah, 

14 ; William, 14. 
Smyth, Ann, 161 ; Helen, 106 ; James, 161. 
Smythwin, Elizabeth, 57 ; John, 57. 
Somaster, Dame Dorothy, 126 ; Dame 

Frances, 126 ; Sir Samuel, 126. 
Somerset, Edward, Duke of, 121. 
Southcott, Katherine, 121 ; Mary, 121; 

Thomas, 121. 
Southesk, David, Earl of, 107. 
Speccot, Edmond, 12S ; Elizabeth, 128 ; 

Honour, 122; Humphrey, 128. 
Spelman, Elizabeth, 54 ; Dame Elizabeth, 

54 ; Sir John, 54. 
Spencer, Spenser, Anne, 31 ; Catharine, 

162 ; Charles, Earl of Sunderland, 67 ; 

Lady Frances, 67 ; Henry, 162 ; Mary, 

162 ; Susan, 85. 
Spicer, Jane, 135 ; Martha, 2; William, 135. 
Spinks, Diana, 50 ; William, 50. 
Spooner, Barbara, 105 ; Barbara Anne, 

105 ; Isaac, 105. 
Stair, John, Earl of, 1 10. 
Stanforth, Henry, 49 ; Margaret, 49. 
Stanhope, Dame Anne, 37 ; Dame 

Catherine, 67 ; Dame Elizabeth, 37 ; 

Sir John, 66 ; Katharine, 66 ; Philip, 

Earl of Chesterfield, 37 ; Dame Susanna, 

37 ; Sir William, 37, 67. 
Stanley, Barbara, 117; Francis, 117; 

Isabella, 64 ; William, 64. 
Starr, Mary, 159. 
Steed, Philadelphia, 135. 
Stent, — , 104. 
Stephen, Stephens, Daniel, 134 ; James, 

104; Margaret, 134; Sarah, 104. 



Stevens, Robert, 28; Susannah, 126. 
Stevenson, Martha, 169; Mary, 169; 

Thomas, 169. 
Stewart, Lady Caroline, 185 ; John, Earl 

of (ialloway, 185. 
Stockman, Edward, 122 ; Mary, 122. 
Stone, Anne, 149 ; Richard, 149. 
Stonehouse, Elizabeth, 65 ; Sir George, 

Ht., 65 ; Dame Martha, 65. 
Stowe, Alice, 152 ; Edward, 152. 
Stovvi-11, Hugh, 123 ; Penelope, 123. 
Strangeways, John, 128 ; Mary, 128. 
Street, Catherine, 140 ; Edward, 140 ; 

Magdalen, 140. 
Strelley, Alice, 63 ; Elizabeth, 64 ; 

Nicholas, 64 ; Sir Nicholas, 63. 
Stretchleigh, Alice, 121 ; Francis, 121. 
Stringer, George, 99 ; Sarah, 99. 
Strode, Adam, 123 ; Admonition, 129, 

130; Agnes, 121, 124, 125; Alice, 121, 

123, 127, 128; Anne, 121, 125-128; 

Dame Anne, 122; Arthur, 125, 126; 

Barbara, 124, 128; Dame Blanche, 125 ; 

Catherine, 126; Dame Catherine, 122; 

Cecily, 122 ; Charles, 128 ; Christian, 

124; Dame Dewnes, 121 ; Dionis, 126; 

Dorothea Bird, 129; Dorothea Georgiana 

Admonition, 130 ; Dorothy, 124, 128 ; 

Ehzabeth, 121-125, 127, 128; Dame 

Elizabeth, 122; Florence, 129, 130; 

Frances, 121, 122, 126; Francis, 122, 

126 ; George, 128, 129 ; George Sidney, 

130 ; George Sydney Strode, 129 ; 

Grace, 128; Harriet, 129; Helen, 123, 

124 ; Henry, 128 ; Henry Francis, 128 ; 
Honour, 122; Jane, 126-129; Joan, 
121, 123-126, 129; John, 121-123, 127, 
128; Rev. John, 127; Joseph, 123; 
Julian, 124, 127 ; Juliana, 123 ; 
Katherine, 122, 125; Margaret, 121, 

125 ; Dame Margaret, 122 ; Maria 
Admonition, 129; Martha, 125; Mary, 
121-125, 128; Mary Anne, 129, 130; 
Mary Hutchings, 130; Melior, 121; 
Penelope, 123 ; Philip, 123, 124; Rev. 
Reginald, 123; Richard, 121, 122, 124, 
125, 129 ; Rev. Richard, 129 ; Sir 
Richard, 122 ; Sir Robert, 122 ; Roger, 
123 ; Sampson, 124 ; Rev. Sampson, 
126; Sarah, 127; Sidney, 127 ; Sophia, 
126; Susan, 123; Thomas, 127; 
Thomas Lear, 129, 130 ; Thoma- 
sine, 127 ; Ursula, 123, 126 ; William, 
121, 123, 124, 126, 127, 129; Rev. 
William, 124 ; Sir William, 121, 
125 ; William George, 129 ; Wilmot, 
124. 

Strutt, Jane, 8 ; Jedidiah, 8 ; Susannah, 8. 

Stuart, Isabel, 119. 

Stutevile, Elizabeth, 58 ; Sir Martin, 58 ; 

Dame Susan, 58. 
Stydolph, Dame Elizabeth, 65 ; Sir 

Richard, Bt., 65. 
Style, Elizabeth, 147 : Humphrey, 147 ; 

Sarah, 147. 



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Sunderland, Charles, Earl of, 67. 

Sutton, Dame Anne, 68 ; Sir Edward, 

Bt., 68. 
Swale, Mar)', 102. 
Swj'nocke, Hannah, 103. 
Sykes, Mary, 7 ; Thomas, 7. 
Symons, Dorothea Bird, 129; William, 

129; Wilniot, 133. 



Talbot, Anthony, 56 ; Jane, 56. 
Taverner, Bridget, 57. 
Tawley, Margaret, 1 28 ; Thomas, 128. 
Taylor, Alice, 30 ; Catherine, 24, 157 ; 

Christian Fox, 157 ; Edward, 24 ; 

Elizabeth, 20 ; George, 141 ; Hester, 

24, 28, 141 ; Rev. John, 20 ; Joseph, 

28 ; William, 30, 157. 
Tempest, Edward, 93 ; Elizabeth, 93. 
Temple, Frances, 66 ; Sir John, 66. 
Teye, Grace, 54 ; Thomas, 54. 
Thornhill, Anne, 155, 156 ; Sir Timothy, 

Bt., 155, 156. 
Thornton, Hannah, 103 ; Jane, 103 ; John, 

103 ; Robert, 103 ; Sarah, 103. 
Thorold, Dame Elizabeth, 184; Sir 

George, Bt., 184. 
Thorpe, Alice, 31; Elizabeth, 144; 

Frances, 144; Margaret, 144; Mary, 

164 ; William, 144. 
Tippit, Catherine, 41. 
Torpichen, Anna, Lady, 108 ; Catharine, 

Lady, loS ; Christian, Lady, 108 ; Jean, 

Lady, 108 ; Walter, Lord, 108. 
Towers, Bridget, 77 ; Katharine, 77 ; 

Nicholas, 77. 
Townshend, Dorothea, 95 ; John Stanislaus, 

95- 
Travers, Edward, 37 ; Martha, 37. 
Treble, Elizabeth, 96. 
Treffery, Jane, 125 ; William, 125. 
Trefusis, Jane, 125 ; Joan, 125 ; John, 

125. 
Trevanion, Ann, 127 ; Dame Elizabeth, 

127; John, 69; Sir Nicholas, 127; 

Sophia, 69. 
Trewren, Jane, 133 ; Thomas, 133. 
Trigg, Jane, 29 ; Matthew Thomas, 29. 
Trotman, Elizabeth, I ; Keziah, 3 ; Sarah, 

2 ; William, 2, 3. 
Trubodie, Thomas, 131 ; Thomasine, 131. 
Tuckfield, Elizabeth, 124; Roger, 124. 
Tullie, Isabella, 81 : Timothy, 81. 
Turloot, Catherine, 182. 
Turner, Tumor, Catherine, I ; Grace, 

138; Martha, 32; Mary, 16; Thomas, 

138; William, 32. 
Turquand, Ann, 52 ; Elizabeth, 52 ; 

James Louis, 52 ; Leonard, 52 ; Mary, 

52- 
Twyford, Edward, 26. 
Tyers, Margaret, 33. 
Tylar, Katherine, 176 ; William, 176. 
Tyssen, Francis John, 19; Mary, 19; see 

Daniel-Tyssen. 



Upton, James, 3 ; Susannah, 3. 
Usbome, John, 156 ; Mary, 156. 
Uvedale, Anne, 75. 



yansommer, Elizabeth, 52 ; Jan, 52 ; 
' John, 52 ; Mary, 52. 
Vaughan, Joan, 125 ; Stephen, 125. 
Vernon, Anne, 143 ; Arabella, 184 ; 

Frances, 118; George, 144; Sir John, 

53 ; _ Margaret, 53 ; Matthew, 143 ; 

Merial, 144 ; Thomas, 53, 1S4. 
Villiers, -Anne, 66 ; Sir Edward, 66. 
Vincent, Sir Francis, Bt., 112 ; Mary, 112 ; 

Dame Mary, 112. 
Vosper, Dewnes, 121 ; Stephen, 121. 
Voughton, Isabel, 163 ; Judith, 163 ; 

Thomas, 163. 
Vyvyan, Loveday, 134. 



Waddington, Amelia, 99 ; Gervase, 99. 

Wade, John, 170; Mary, 170. 

Walby, Catherine, 44 ; Elizalieth, 44 ; 

Henr}', 44. 
Waldgrave, Alice, 54 ; John, 54. 
Walford, Diana, 51 ; Rev. William, 51. 
Walker, Aaron, 7 ; Anna, 7 ; Anna Maria, 

8 ; Ajine, 6, 7 ; Arthur Edward, 7, 8 ; 

Benjamin, 6 ; Elizabeth, 6, 8 ; Frances 

Cooper, 52 ; Hannah, 6, 7 ; Henry, 8 ; 

John, 7 ; Jonathan, 6, 7 ; Joseph, 6, 8 ; 

Joshua, 8 ; Mary, 6-8 ; Mary Anne, 7 ; 

Rhoda, 7 ; Samuel, 7 ; Sarah, 6, 7 ; 

Susannah, 6, 8 ; Thomas, 8 ; William, 6. 
Wallaert, Adrian, 183; Joyce, 183. 
Wallis, Priscilla, 10. 
Walrond, Elizabeth, 125 ; Henrj', 125. 
Walsingham, Edward, 18 ; Elizabeth, 18 ; 

Elizabeth Brownlow, Lady, 62 ; Lieut. - 

General George, Lord, 62 ; Mary, Lady, 

61; Matilda, Lady, 62; Susanna, 18; 

Thomas, Lord, 61, 91 ; Ven'''" Thomas, 

Lord, 62; William, Lord, 61; $ee 

De Grey. 
Walter, Dorothy, 132 ; John, 132. 
Warburton, Eleanor, 63 ; Hon'"''^ Elizabeth 

Augusta, 186 ; George Drought, 186 ; 

Peter, 63. 
Ward, Sir Edward, 112 ; Elizabeth Maria, 

51 ; Rev. James, 51; Sir Randall, Bt., 

112; Ruth Thomas, 19; Susan, 112; 

Dame Susan, 112 ; Thomas, 19. 
Warner, Ann (Agnes), 174; Katherine, 

174; Mary, 175 ; Thomas, 174. 
Warter, Mary, 102 ; William, 102. 
Waters, John, 184 ; Mary, 184. 
Watts, Mary Anne, 138 ; Ruth, 83 ; 

Thomas, 83. 
Webb, .'\nn, 177 ; James, 177 ; Maria, 

164 ; Richard William, 164. 
Welden, Edward, 75 ; Philip, 75. 
Welles, Wells, Dorothy, 24 ; Joan, 151 ; 

Lisbona, 16 ; Thomas, 24 ; William, 

151. 



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Wciitworth, Anne Isabella, Laily, 69 ; 
Edward, Viscount, 69 ; Henry, Lord, 
1S2; Jane, 182. 
West, Cecilia, 63 ; Lucy, 67 ; Tliomas, 

Lord de la Warr, 63, 67. 
Westhorpe, George, 17; Sarah, 17. 
Westlake, Elizabeth, 127; Peter, 127. 
Westmacott, Mai'y, 24. 
Westmorland, John, Earl of, 87. 
Weston, James, 116; Margery, 116. 
Whalley, Margaret, 64 ; Walter, 64. 
Whattoph, Alice, 31; Thomas, 31. 
Whetenhall, Alice, 74 ; William, 74. 
Whitacre, Anne, 7 ; John, 7. 
White, Elizabeth, 43, 85 ; Matthew, 85 ; 

Rebecca, 83 ; Susan, 85. 
Whittall, Mary, 180. 
Whittle, Mary, 21. 

Whyte, George, 125 ; Katherine, 125. 
Wightwick, James, 38 ; Mary, 38. 
Wigtown, John, Earl of, 113. 
Wilberforce, Anne, 102-105; Barbara Anne, 

105 ; Catherine, 104 ; Christopher, I04, 

105 ; Ebenezer, 105 ; Elizabeth, 102, 103 ; I 

Esther, 102 ; Frances, 102 ; George, 

102, 103 ; Hannah, 103 ; John, 102 ; 

Judith, 104 ; Mary, 102 ; Rachel, 105 ; 

Ralph, 102, 105 ; Robert, 103 ; Samuel, 

103 ; Sarah, I02-I04 ; Thomas, 102-104 ; 

William, 102, 103, 105 ; William Basil, 

105. 
Wiklbnre, Elizabeth, 92 j John, 92. 
Wilde, Joan, 86 ; John, 83, 86 ; Sarah, 

83.. 
Williams, Bennet, 15 ; Dame Elizabeth, 

144 ; Frances, 144 ; Rev. Hugh, 15 ; 

Sir Trevor, El., 144. 
Williams- Wynn, Charles Watkin, 95 ; 

I\Tary, 95. 
Williamson, Mary, 99 ; Shamuel, 93 ; 

Thomas, 99. 
Willoughby, Jane, 126; John, 126; Mary, 

126. 
Wilmot, Anne, 155, 156; Elizabeth, 117; 

John, 155, 156 ; Dame Juliana Elizabeth, 

68, 71 : Mary, 156; Dame Marv Anne, 

71 ; Sir Roliert, Bt., 68, 71'; Rev. 

Thomas, 117. 
Winchester, Robert Home, Bishop of, 79 ; 

Hon!''' Brownlow North, Bishop of, 62. 
Windham, Charlotte, 61 ; Elizabeth, 59 ; 

John, 61 ; Joseph, 6i ; Katherine, 59; 

William, 59 ; see Bowyer. 
Wise, Dorothy, 126. 



William, Catharine, 149; George, 149. 
Wontner, Caroline, I20; Gerald, 120. 
Wood, Anne, 140, 147, 149 ; Bartholomew, 

7 ; Betsy, 164 ; Elizabeth, 147 ; Hugh, 
147; Joan, 139; John Walker, 164; 

Joseph, 6, 129; Mary, 6; Rlioda, 7; 

Susannah, 6, ig ; William, 140, 147, 
149. 
Woodbine, John, 162; Sarah, 162. 
VVoodgate, Anne, 39 ; William, 39. 
Woodland, Joan, 129; Joseph, 129. 
Woodroffe, John, 13; Judith, 13; Mary, 

'3- 
Woods, Albert W., 173 ; Josejjh, 72 ; 

Maria, 72. 
Woodlhnrpe, Alice, 10 ; Bridget, 10 ; 

Cornelius, 12; Dorothy, 12, 13; 

Edward, 9-11, 14; Elizabeth, 9, 10, 13, 

14; Frances, 9; Isaac, 10, 11; Jane, 

9; John, 9-1 1, 13; Rev. John, 9; 

Jonathan, 9; Judith, 12, 13; Lydia, 

9; Margaret, 9, 10, 12; Margery, 10, 

II ; Martha, u ; Mary, 9-14 ; Maryan, 

10; Parnell, 9; Philip, 11, 14; 

Priscilla, 10; Rachel, 11, 12, 14; 

Rebecca, 10-12, 14 ; Richard, 10, 12, 

13; Robert, 10; Sarah, II, 13, 14; 

Susanna, 10, 11; Thomas, 9, 14; 

William, 10, 12, 13. 
Woodward, Jane, 35. 
Workman, Hannah, 3. 
Worth, Agnes, 121 ; Thomas, 121. 
Worthington, Frances, 148 ; James, 148. 
Wray, Daniel, 77 ; Mary, 77. 
Wrench, Margaret, 8 ; William, 8. 
Wrigglesworth, Anne, 78 ; William, 78. 
Wright, Elizabeth, 92, 140, 147, 149 ; 

Ichabod, 92 ; Mary, 92 ; Peter, 84 ; 

Ruth, 84 ; Sarah, 84. 
Wripshaw, Sarah, 32. 



Yard, Agnes, 125; Anne, 125; Edward, 
125. 

Vales, Anne, 6; Cicely, 83; George, 6; 
Hannah, 6 ; John, 6. 

Yeo, Leonard, 125 ; Mary, 125. 

Yeomans, Elizabeth, 163. 

Young, Younge, Yonge, Sir Charles 
(Jeorge, 172,173; Dame Elizabeth, 126, 
128; Jane, 126; Sir John, Bt., 126, 
128; Margaret, 108; Dame Margaret, 
128 ; Thomas, 108. 

Younger, John Chambers, 13 ; Mary, 13. 



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